Breastfeeding help is here.
The art of breastfeeding, regrettably, has been lost to this generation of mothers and babies. As Pediatricians and Lactation Consultants (IBCLC) in the Norwalk, Stamford, Darien, Westport, and Ridgefield, CT areas, we understand the optimum nutrition and health protection that breastmilk provides. Breastfeeding might be the natural way to feed a baby, but it doesn’t always come naturally. Breastfeeding problems are very common and fixable with our knowledge and expertise. We welcome you to Nightingales, a center devoted exclusively to supporting and educating the breastfeeding mother and baby.
What can we help you with?
Make an appointment for Baby & Mother. Most Health Plans Accepted.
Nightingales: Breastfeeding Support Center gives hands on help with all aspects of breastfeeding from prenatal education through weaning. With three locations, it is easy to be seen within 24 hours, even on a weekend or holiday.
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We understand that breastfeeding challenges include mom and baby. Our lactation consultations include both of you and usually last an hour. We take a full medical and breastfeeding history of both mother and baby and together we generate a plan. We see you as often is necessary to reach your goals.
Nightingales offers monthly and FREE prenatal breastfeeding classes and infant education.
Come join our classes taught by our lactation support team, and learn what to expect from a breastfeeding baby, how to get started and how to succeed!.
Nightingales: Breastfeeding Support Center is proud to offer a full line of Medela breastfeeding pumps and supplies. You don't have to go to the store after visit with us, we have what a busy new mother needs right at our finger tips.
Nightingales: Breastfeeding Support Center serves the communities of Norwalk, Wilton, Westport, New Canaan, Ridgefield, Redding, Danbury, Weston, Darien, Stamford, Greenwich and surrounding areas.
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Created & Maintained by Jennifer Moore, MD, FAAP, IBCLC