At our 2015 conference, psychologist and parent educator Robin Grille gave his talk on Neuro-social evolution. This talk is available to view in full, with slides, below.
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A breastfeeding counsellor helps a mother with her positioning and attachment whilst breastfeeding.
The Covid-19 pandemic has necessitated significant changes in the way that education and information for new parents are delivered by maternity and health visiting services.
This clip shows how ineffective attachment happens and how it can cause sore nipples.
Information on supporting mothers to maximise the breastmilk they give to their babies - particularly when they're not exclusively breastfeeding.
In this video shown at our 2017 neonatal conference, six neonatal units share the improvements they're making to the care of sick and preterm babies.
Achieving Stage 3 of accreditation is the final step in becoming Baby Friendly.
Stage 3 for children's centres means ensuring that breastfeeding is protected and supported in all areas of the service and that pregnant women and parents are supported to build relationships with their baby.
Stage 3 for maternity services means that hospitals have supported mothers and babies with their infant feeding choices.
The 2018 Annual Conference took place on 15-16 November at ACC Liverpool. Find a selection of speaker slides, audio, video, posters and the full programme here.