Breastfeeding resources

Below you will find a selection of resources designed to support your on your breastfeeding journey.

Positioning and Attachment

Side lying position (video):

Attachment (video):

Attachment (video):

Attachment (video):

Laid back breastfeeding (video):

Exaggerated latch (video):

Exaggerated latch (video):

Latch (video):

CHINS (video):

Breast Compressions

Reverse Pressure Softening

Images illustrating reverse pressure softening technique


The suck/swallow pattern of a feed


Getting enough milk (video):

Not enough milk (video):



Hand expressing (video):

Colostrum harvesting (video):

Hand expressing (video):

Hand expressing colostrum (video):

Milk storage:

Feeding expressed milk

Paced feeding:

Paced feeding (video):

Paced feeding (video):

Paced feeding (video):

Cup feeding (video):


Milk blebs (video):



Colic and breastfeeding

Night waking

Nursing aversion

Breastfeeding aversion and agitation awareness group:

Starting solids

Stopping breastfeeding

Night weaning:

Weaning an older child:


Relactation support group:



Breastfeeding twins and triplets group:

Useful organisations

Below are details of other organisations that provide information about breastfeeding and support for breastfeeding families: This is the site of the Association of Breastfeeding Mothers. In it you can find useful breastfeeding information, a list of local support groups as well as current breastfeeding news. The Breastfeeding Network is an independent source of support and information for breastfeeding women/parents and those involved in their care. La Leche League helps families to breastfeed through peer support, encouragement, information and education, and promotes a better understanding of breastfeeding as an important element in the healthy development of baby and mother/parent. Find an Internation Board Certified Lactation Consultant near you. Find a tongue tie practitioner near you. The Baby Café charity coordinates a network of breastfeeding drop-in centres and other services to support breastfeeding mothers across the UK. The Baby Friendly Initiative is a worldwide programme of the World Health Organization and UNICEF. It was established to encourage maternity hospitals to implement the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and to practise in accordance with the International Code of Marketing of Breastmilk Substitutes. This is the NHS information source on Breastfeeding. NCT is here to support parents. They give accurate, impartial information so that they can decide what’s best for their family, and they introduce them to a network of local parents to gain practical and emotional support. For parents who wish to make informed choices about night-time sleep and care. Evidence-based breastfeeding tips and resources.

List of non-breastfeeding related support organisations

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