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Jaye Simpson, CLE, IBCLC, RLC

  • Speaker Type: Infant Suck (Structure, Function & Tongue-tie) Lecture Pack 2015, GOLD Lactation 2014, GOLD Lactation 2015
  • Country: USA

Jaye Simpson started her career in lactation in 1995, becoming a Certified Lactation Educator (CLE) through Lactation Institute. She then became an International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) in 2000. In 2005, Jaye completed her training in infant massage and is a Certified Instructor of Infant Massage, tailoring her classes for parents whose babies have special needs and structural issues due to birth trauma.  Specializing in working with babies with structural issues, Jaye’s studies and research led her to develop the Structure and Function training program in 2013, teaching professionals in the birth and breastfeeding fields how to evaluate infant structure and function as it relates to breastfeeding.

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Structure and Function: Causes and Possible Long Term Consequences
This program will discuss Infant structural concerns: why structural issues occur, what challenges structural issues can cause and potential long term effects. Discussion will focus on pregnancy and birth related causes, effects on breastfeeding and baby behavior, and the potential long term ramifications when missed or left untreated. Discussion will incorporate and stress why it is important to recognize structural issues as soon as possible after birth.
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Presentations: 5  |  Hours / CE Credits: 5  |  Viewing Time: 4 Weeks
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LGBTQ Parents and Lactation – An Exploration in LGBTQ Culture
This presentation will help practitioners learn about the culture of same-sex couples as it relates to lactation. Just as we know we need to be aware of other cultures within our communities and lactation customs in order to serve them better and be sensitive to their nuances, we need to recognize that the LGBT community has its own culture as well. Understanding that culture will help us be more attentive and supportive of our same-sex couples. Same –sex couples face any number of challenges in society in general and can find it difficult to find supportive and accepting lactation care. Knowing the nature of your own community and the acceptance level of the LGBTQ population can help you be more effective, accessible and supportive as a care-provider.
Presentations: 28  |  Hours / CE Credits: 23.25  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks
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Clinical Lactation and the LGBTQ Community
A discussion on clinical skills utilized when working with the LGBTQ community. Discussion will include: Induced lactation; Co-nursing; Transgender Lactation; Gender neutral language; Counseling skills; Case studies for LGBTQ lactation.
Presentations: 27  |  Hours / CE Credits: 24  |  Viewing Time: 8 Weeks