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The Northwoods Breastfeeding Coalition is celebrating its 10th Anniversary on October 25, 2016 by hosting the Education Conference: “Secrets of Baby Behavior, presented by staff of the University of California Davis – Human Lactation Center, in Rhinelander.


The presentation is of interest to all those wanting to use “Baby Behavior” to support informed early infant feeding decisions.

Conference Learning Objectives:

  • Describe how misinterpretation of infant behavior may lead to early breast-feeding cessation
  • Differentiate the six infant states of arousal and awareness
  • Demonstrate ability to distinguish between different types of infant cues
  • Describe normal infant sleep patterns in the first 6 months of life
  • List 2 experiences described by mothers that erroneously let them to believe that they could not breastfeed
  • List at least 3 “Baby Behavior” messages that may be shared effectively and inoffensively with parents of breastfed infants

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 Hope to see you In October!

Debra Durchslag & Cheri Nemec

Northwoods Breastfeeding Coalition Conference Committee