In the Northern Territory our classes are included in the $70 cost of your Australian Breastfeeding Association membership. If you are not a member please join prior to booking at:
In the Northern Territory our classes are included in the $70 cost of your Australian Breastfeeding Association membership. If you are not a member please join prior to booking at: https://www.breastfeeding.asn.au/membership/individual
‘The presenters were very knowledgeable, friendly and approachable. Answered questions very well and instilled confidence in me.’
PLACES ARE LIMITED SO EARLY REGISTRATION IS RECOMMENDED
Registration and membership includes:
Approx 4 hour workshop-style class, including time for refreshments
One-year membership of the Australian Breastfeeding Association, which includes the book Breastfeeding … naturally, valued at $35.00
Introduction to your local ABA network of discussions and other services for pregnant and new parents
One year subscription to Australian Breastfeeding Association magazine Essence
Complimentary learning materials
50% discount on breast pump hire rates
‘I loved the experience of the speakers, seeing the mum breastfeed, the videos and the information was very useful.’
‘Thank you so much. I really appreciated your honesty, kindness and support. The presenters were supportive of my choices and I didn’t feel they imposed on me. I liked the interaction, demonstration and activities.’
Having a Baby? Do you have questions about breastfeeding?
Come to our relaxed, information-packed sessions for expectant parents to learn why breastfeeding is important, the World Health Organisation recommendations for exclusivity, what to expect in the early weeks and how to support mothers to manage challenges.
Although breastfeeding the normal way to feed infants and young children, it is a learned skill. Most women, given time and support can, and do, breastfeed. Our aim is to provide expectant parents with the necessary skills, knowledge and resources to guide them in their breastfeeding journey.
Our courses expand on the information provided at antenatal classes and focus on preparing parents and carers for normal feeding patterns, ways to tell baby is getting enough and the undulating rhythms of those first days, weeks and months after their baby’s birth. For this reason, we encourage parents to attend while pregnant or early after the birth.
(Saturday) 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Palmerston Recreation Centre