boober services

We offer different levels of service depending on the circumstances.  All services are in-person at your home or hospital with a vetted and experienced Lactation Professional.

what about price?

Because all Lactation Professionals set their own rates you can expect some variation in pricing, which is why we don't display pricing on the website. Even for the same general services, the price can vary based on the Lactation Professional that is providing your care. During the intake process we will discuss the available options and your budget to find the right provider for you. Your Lactation Professional will then charge you directly when they provide service.

Our goal is to help all parents in need of breastfeeding support so please contact us even if pricing is a concern and we will try to match you to a provider or other appropriate resources.

boober services

We offer different levels of service depending on the circumstances.  All services are in-person at your home or hospital with a vetted and experienced Lactation Professional.

what about price?

Because all Lactation Professionals set their own rates you can expect some variation in pricing, which is why we don't display pricing on the website. Even for the same general services, the price can vary based on the Lactation Professional that is providing your care. During the intake process we will discuss the available options and your budget to find the right provider for you. Your Lactation Professional will then charge you directly when they provide service.

Our goal is to help all parents in need of breastfeeding support so please contact us even if pricing is a concern and we will try to match you to a provider or other appropriate resources.

sos!


You’re in pain, your nipples are cracked, you’re worried your baby isn’t getting enough milk, your doctor said you need to supplement with formula, you’re feeling overwhelmed with nursing or pumping—any or all of the above. Maybe you’re thinking about giving up? If you’re having significant complications with breastfeeding (pain, poor weight gain in baby, injury to your nipples or breast, low milk supply, plugged ducts or mastitis, or other complications), a Level 2 Lactation Professional, with the highest level of certification (IBCLC, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant), can help.

SOS visits include a thorough clinical intake of mother and baby; use of a sensitive scale to assess milk transfer; assessment of baby’s mouth, tongue, and suck; explanation and practice of the mechanics of breastfeeding and milk production; and a clear action plan to support your family’s lactation goals. After the visit, you’ll receive a written care plan, a pediatrician report, and follow-up communication as needed for a set period of time.


feeding with confidence

(and a little fine-tuning)

You’ve been breastfeeding for a little while (or a long while), but now you’re experiencing some discomfort or doubts about how it’s going, or you’re switching gears (e.g., adding a bottle or starting to pump). From fine-tuning positioning to adjusting the latch, a Level 1 Lactation Professional will offer the customized support you need to continue feeding with confidence.  

If you have any concerns about milk supply or weight gain it's likely that an SOS! Visit is more appropriate for you.

BOOK NOW
BOOK NOW

breast start


Your first hands-on breastfeeding lesson, offered within the first couple days of baby’s birth. Support from a Lactation Professional in the crucial first days can reduce pain and worry, and help milk flow. Perfect for while you’re still in the hospital or when you just get home!

For many, breastfeeding is easy and it goes just fine. For others, breastfeeding is full of challenges. When you get personalized help early on, you can learn to avoid common pitfalls, ensure that you make enough milk to feed your baby, and enjoy breastfeeding, which really can be comfortable and pleasant rather than painful and hard.

Let us help you get breastfeeding off to the best possible start!


back-to-work


You’re getting ready to go back to work while breastfeeding or pumping (or both). A Lactation Professional will offer tips to make this big transition as smooth as possible, helping you create a personalized plan tailored to your specific work environment, work hours, and how your baby feeds. A Back-to-Work consultation can support any working-parent situation, whether you’re a freelancer who only works away from home occasionally, have a 9 to 5, and/or sometimes take a days-long business trip. Ideally scheduled at least 4 weeks before you return to work.

BOOK NOW
BOOK NOW

sos!


You’re in pain, your nipples are cracked, you’re worried your baby isn’t getting enough milk, your doctor said you need to supplement with formula, you’re feeling overwhelmed with nursing or pumping—any or all of the above. Maybe you’re thinking about giving up? If you’re having significant complications with breastfeeding (pain, poor weight gain in baby, injury to your nipples or breast, low milk supply, plugged ducts or mastitis, or other complications), a Level 2 Lactation Professional, with the highest level of certification (IBCLC, International Board Certified Lactation Consultant), can help.

SOS visits include a thorough clinical intake of mother and baby; use of a sensitive scale to assess milk transfer; assessment of baby’s mouth, tongue, and suck; explanation and practice of the mechanics of breastfeeding and milk production; and a clear action plan to support your family’s lactation goals. After the visit, you’ll receive a written care plan, a pediatrician report, and follow-up communication as needed for a set period of time.

BOOK NOW

feeding with confidence

(and a little fine-tuning)

You’ve been breastfeeding for a little while (or a long while), but now you’re experiencing some discomfort or doubts about how it’s going, or you’re switching gears (e.g., adding a bottle or starting to pump). From fine-tuning positioning to adjusting the latch, a Level 1 Lactation Professional will offer the customized support you need to continue feeding with confidence.  

If you have any concerns about milk supply or weight gain it's likely that an SOS! Visit is more appropriate for you.

BOOK NOW

breast start


Your first hands-on breastfeeding lesson, offered within the first couple days of baby’s birth. Support from a Lactation Professional in the crucial first days can reduce pain and worry, and help milk flow. Perfect for while you’re still in the hospital or when you just get home!

For many, breastfeeding is easy and it goes just fine. For others, breastfeeding is full of challenges. When you get personalized help early on, you can learn to avoid common pitfalls, ensure that you make enough milk to feed your baby, and enjoy breastfeeding, which really can be comfortable and pleasant rather than painful and hard.

Let us help you get breastfeeding off to the best possible start!

BOOK NOW

back-to-work


You’re getting ready to go back to work while breastfeeding or pumping (or both). A Lactation Professional will offer tips to make this big transition as smooth as possible, helping you create a personalized plan tailored to your specific work environment, work hours, and how your baby feeds. A Back-to-Work consultation can support any working-parent situation, whether you’re a freelancer who only works away from home occasionally, have a 9 to 5, and/or sometimes take a days-long business trip. Ideally scheduled at least 4 weeks before you return to work.

BOOK NOW

interested in a lactation support group?


Check out our events page for upcoming events.