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Lactation and Breast Feeding Resources

The Lactation Crew at Kidcrew will support you and your vision of feeding success.

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Physiotherapy Resources

Babies begin their gross motor development by learning to lift their heads on their tummy.

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Occupational Therapy Resources

Occupational therapy promotes independence in everyday life.

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Therapy Resources

Our therapy team is dedicated to helping your family with improving your child’s mental health.



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The Best Positions for Breastfeeding

Breastfeeding, while a natural process, can pose challenges for new mothers. Key to a smooth breastfeeding journey is discovering the right position, ensuring both comfort and effectiveness. This guide dives into some of the most recommended positions, making the experience more enjoyable for both mother and baby.

How Long Should A Breastfeed Be?

How long should a breastfeed be? Typically breastfeeds are between 10 minutes and 40 minutes – if breastfeeds are any longer or shorter than this range, there is often a breastfeeding problem and mom is usually experiencing a number of other concerns as well.

What Is a Tongue Tie?

A tongue tie, or ankyloglossia, is when the frenulum under the tongue restricts movement, potentially impacting activities like breastfeeding. With expert diagnosis and treatment, it’s possible to alleviate the issues arising from it.

Benefits of breastfeeding

Benefits of breastfeeding

Many new parents choose to breastfeed or chest feed their babies. The World Health Organization recommends breastfeeding or chestfeeding until six months of age with ongoing breastfeeding and solid food introduction up to 2 years of age or longer.