Do you want to confidently breastfeed your baby?
Do you need help navigating the normal or not-so-normal challenges than can come with having a new baby?
Are you tired of social media and other moms sending you mixed information on caring for your baby?
Do you need expert feeding support?
Then you're in the right place!
Who do you turn to when breastfeeding is harder than you expected? Community support and mother-to-mother support is amazing, but sometimes it's just not enough.
Get support the support you deserve to reach your breastfeeding goals.
Contact Jaimie now!
Jaimie serves the South & Central Jersey region and has base access to serve families stationed at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.
Travel fees may apply.
One of the best ways to reach your breastfeeding goals is to have a fundamental understanding of breastfeeding basics. Unfortunately, most of us don't learn these things until we are in the thick of breastfeeding for the first time. Start breastfeeding with confidence after taking your Breastfeeding 101 class with Jaimie! You can enroll now in an online class OR you can email Jaimie now to book your private prenatal breastfeeding class in the comfort of your own home!
Breastfeeding is "natural", but doesn't always come naturally. Breastfeeding can be down right hard. Having support is absolutely vital in reaching your breastfeeding goals. From common nursing challenges to complex breastfeeding struggles, Jaimie is equipped to help you find a solution.
Jaimie can help you navigate Difficult Latch, Sore Nipples, Breastfeeding after Cesarean, Slow Infant Weight Gain, Engorgement, and so much more..
In light of the COVID-19 Pandemic, Jaimie Zaki will only be offering online lactation support visits. If it is determined an in-home visit is essential during your video appointment, Jaimie will discuss options.
WHAT PEOPLE SAY
"5 stars isn’t enough for this wonderful woman! Jaimie came to my rescue after a mutual friend of ours sent her my way! ...my baby had a shallow latch I could feel it and that consultant told me it felt that way due to the thrush.. when the thrush was gone I was still in pain and I was desperate for help...Jaimie is very knowledgeable about breastfeeding and I highly recommend her, she is very thorough ..."
Frequently asked questions
What lactation services do you offer?
Little Bear Services offers online prenatal education, private prenatal consults to prepare you for your baby's arrival, and postpartum lactation support to navigate any concerns or challenges.
How can I sign up for a breastfeeding class?
If you would like to take the online breastfeeding 101 class, please scroll up and click "Enroll". If you would like to schedule a private prenatal consult, please use the scheduling widget above and choose "prenatal consult".
Does Little Bear Lactation offer medical advice?
Never! Little Bear offers a starting point for information and research that you can discuss with your provider. Little Bear does offer skilled lactation support and communicates your care plan and any clinical concerns to your/your child's healthcare provider.
Do you work with insurance?
I am not currently in network with any major insurance companies, however I do accept FSA/HSA payments. Additionally you will be provided with a Superbill that can be submitted to your insurance provider for possible reimbursement. I encourage all clients to submit their superbill even if you don't think it will be covered, so that insurance companies can see the demand for lactation support coverage.
Check back regularly for any updates on insurance coverage as I am in the process of applying for in network coverage with multiple insurance plans.
Do you work with Tricare?
As a militarty spouse myself, I work with a lot of military families. Unfortunately, Tricare does not, at this time work with private practice IBCLCs. Because military families tend to be lacking in social support structures, I do offer a military discount on your initial postpartum lactation home visit.
I encourage all families to submit their Superbill to Tricare to make them aware of the demand for expanded lactation support coverage.