Many resources exist to help employers support working mothers who choose to continue breastfeeding after they return to work. Below is a list of educational resources, such as videos, photo essays, breastfeeding tips and techniques in multiple languages and other helpful resources that are available for employers and employees.
- “Employer Perspective on Accommodating Breastfeeding Employees,” Colorado State Breastfeeding Coalition Video.
- “Breastfeeding and Working,” Colorado State Breastfeeding Coalition Video.
- “Breastfeeding Tips,” Your Baby Guide.
Photos, Blogs and Other Helpful Resources
- Breastfeeding in Combat Boots: A Survival Guide to Breastfeeding While Serving in the Military, a blog for servicewomen who choose to breastfeed.
- Inspiring Moms, a Kansas City based group dedicated to providing professional development to transform the lives of mothers and to guide them toward achieving greater balance, success and happiness.
- The Landscape of Breastfeeding Support, United States Breastfeeding Committee [Coming Soon]
- Multilingual Educational Materials, a series of flyers offering breastfeeding tips and techniques in 21 different languages as a supplement to the book, “Starting to Breastfeed.”
- Secrets of Baby Behavior, a blog from the Human Lactation Center at the University of California Davis dedicated to improving parents’ understanding of their baby’s behavior.
- “Starting to Breastfeed,” a booklet filled with guidelines, photos and educational resources to help introduce new mothers to breastfeeding.
- Text4baby, a free text messaging and information service to help improve maternal and child health. Text BABY to 511411 to receive free text messages offering health information for the first year of your baby’s life.
- New York Nursing Moms’ Rights at Work, read a brochure, published by A Better Balance, explaining what breastfeeding rights working mothers have under New York state law, and where to find local help and resources.