Posts tagged Help Me Feed
Who are USA Maternal Health Professionals? - A Market Research Study

In early 2018, The HelpMe Feed Foundation surveyed health professionals in the USA, that work to support new mothers with breastfeeding, and gained a useful understanding of the key challenges they face and what kind of resources would assist them. 

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"Welcome Baby Care" and the Project - Carey's Story

In 2007 my daughter had a baby and I immediately observed that there was a growing need for mothers arriving home after having a baby. They were in and out of the hospital or birth centers and home rapidly, sometimes missing the necessary beginning bits of education needed to start life with a new baby.

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Supporting Through the Project - Jan's Story

Breastfeeding came rather easily to me with my first two, but I was a bit puzzled by the conflicting information I would get on breastfeeding and parenting, it just didn't jibe with what I was *feeling* as though I should be doing.  My son was the third baby delivered by home birth (perfect birth!) but he couldn't figure out this breastfeeding gig at all.

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Birth of the Mother Baby Project - Karina's Story

The best part of the job was being part of this amazing journey and seeing how I could help parents, especially mothers, to make this connection with their babies and succeed, especially in those critical first days, to start the breastfeeding process.

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