Home-Visit Lactation Consultation


Client’s home or preferred place of meeting.

It is extremely convenient for parents to have Trust Mothering come to them!

You don't even need to change out of pajamas unless you want to! 

**Pets must be contained/secured behind closed doors in another room for the duration of the lactation consultation. 

**Trust Mothering is a non-smoking organization.

**Firearms within the home/place of meeting must be securely locked up for the duration of the lactation consultation. 

Within 20 mile radius from 2B Well address.

$0.60 upcharge per mile for every mile outside regular service area. This additional charge is not eligible for insurance reimbursement.




No Saturday or Sunday Lactation Services available at this time.



$120.00 for consults lasting up to 1.5 hours in length. Upcharge of $30.00 for consults up to 2 hours in length.


Discount of 20% for client’s enrolled in WIC or receive Medicaid.


Prenatal and Postpartum Consultations – necessary supplies from the lactation consultant’s “toolkit” is included in cost of service. Trust Mothering does not sell product.


Accept cash, credit, check, & FSA. Payment due before or at time of service.


Superbill provided to submit to insurance company for reimbursement.


In the United States we have the Affordable Care Act - please see resource page for additional information and support. 


Included in consultation:

International Board Certified Lactation Consultant (IBCLC) – The lactation consultant who is board certified has gone through comprehensive training and board testing to qualify as someone who can offer extensive support in the most complicated breastfeeding problems.


It is important that you feel comfortable with the visit. As a client, you have rights just as you do when visiting a doctor. The lactation consultant will:

  • Consult with you in private. You must give verbal permission for partner or additional support persons to be present during consult.

  • Create a positive learning environment.

  • Be empathetic.

  • Ask permission for you to remove your shirt AND tell you exactly “what” she is doing and “why” with every part of the examination while wearing medical gloves.

  • Ask permission before touching your body IF required for medical exam.

It is always recommended that mothers-to-be take a prenatal breastfeeding class so that they go into breastmilk feeding with the utmost confidence and the knowledge of what is expected once the baby is born.

A prenatal (before the baby is born) breastmilk feeding home visit/infant feeding class consultation will go over:

  • The process of how the breast and your body make milk

  • Mom’s health history that may have impact on milk-making and production

  • The difference of colostrum and mature milk – what to expect when heavy mature milk volumes “come-in” more abundantly

  • How to tell when your baby is hungry and wants to breastfeed

  • How to breastfeed /provide breastmilk

  • What to expect with baby’s first latch

  • What to expect at home once discharged from birth center or hospital setting

  • How to tell if your baby is getting enough breast milk

  • How to maintain a healthy breast milk supply

  • How to avoid the common problems of breastfeeding

  • When to seek lactation help

  • Breast pump education, how to select best option based on your specific needs

  • When to use your breast pump in the postpartum period, as needed for engorgement relief or IF  clinically indicated to help establish and support milk supply

  • Breastfeeding/breastmilk feeding possibilities and choices when returning to work or school

  • Give you written instructions or care plans to follow, only as needed or indicated clinically

  • Explain how to get in touch with her for additional help or questions

  • Give you information about local resources and support groups

Breastfeeding is a skill that can take time to learn. Be ready for a few challenges in the beginning.


A postpartum (after the baby is born) breastmilk feeding home visit consultation will go over:

  • Mom and baby’s birth experience and health history

  • Breastfeeding and breastmilk feeding challenges and common issues

  • Observe your baby's appearance and behavior, review baby’s feedings and urine/stool diapers

  • A visual examination of your breast and nipple tissue. You will be asked permission before touching your body (with medical gloves) IF physical exam is required for assessment and care plan

  • An examination of infant’s mouth and tongue for concerns that may have impact on latch comfort, milk transfer, infant weight gain, and milk supply

  • Weigh baby before and after breastfeeding session to determine amount of milk transferred during feeding

  • Watch your baby as he or she is breastfeeding and adjust your breastfeeding position if believed to improve latch and breastfeeding outcome

  • Check the baby’s latching on, suckle, swallowing, and breathing for organization and function

  • Choices to improve or remedy any breastfeeding or breastmilk concerns that she finds

  • Safety and education about medications and mother’s milk

  • Visual and physical examination for mastitis (breast infection), care plan and referral to physician for treatment as needed

  • Give you written instructions or care plans to follow

  • Breastfeeding/breastmilk feeding possibilities when returning to work or school

  • Introduction of solid foods-baby led weaning

  • How to use your breast pump and provide pumping care plan that meets your specific needs

  • Explain how to get in touch with her for additional help or questions

  • Give you information about local resources and support groups

Contact Kathy

Please call 417-212-0940 for questions and/or scheduling.

(2B Well) 

3539 S Lone Pine Ave | Springfield, MO 65804

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