Lactation consultations are often available the same day or within 48 hours of the initial call.
Ethically, we are not able to offer any information or assessments without a consultation, if you need IBCLC services, you must to set up a consult - this protects you, your baby/babies and us too!
Payment due at time of service - Credit/Debit Card, HSA Card, Paypal - (Contracted Payment Plans are available upon request, we do not offer discounts).
Since we are providing in-home care, we assume no liability for potential illness. We do wear masks in your home. We do not see clients if we have known exposures or are showing symptoms of illness. Please respect us in kind and cancel your appointment if any member of your household has had any cold or flu symptoms, fever, vomiting, etc.
Coweta & Fayette County Families (self-pay pricing):
$200 - In-home - Initial consult (Approx 1.5-2 hours)
$100 (per hour) - Follow up (In-home)
(Virtual consultations may be available upon request)
All Other Counties (self-pay pricing):
$250-300 (depending on drive time) - In-home - Initial consult (Approx 1.5-2 hours)
$150 (per hour) - Follow up (in-home)
Lactation Network Coverage Families:
Coweta & Fayette County Families - no additional fee
All Other Counties - $50-100 fee depending on drive time
Most approved through LN will have SIX visits covered!
If you have Cigna, BCBS, United insurances, your plan may be in network with Lactation Network! Complete the intake form here: Check Your Coverage | Lactation Network
An in-home consult will take place at your home and will last between 1.5-3 hours. A complete maternal health, birth, breastfeeding, and baby health history will be taken.
A full assessment includes weight check, evaluation of the baby's oral anatomy and structural issues, evaluation of mother's breasts, assistance with positioning and latching and addressing any other concerns the mother may have.
After the consult you will have a Breastfeeding Care Plan, a report for the baby's physician, and phone/email support as needed for the ongoing issues that we are actively working to resolve.
Self-pay Clients (not covered under Lactation Network) will be provided with a Superbill to submit to your insurance company for possible reimbursement. Payment is due at time of service.
Consultations are usually available within 24=48 hours of initial phone call for an appointment.
Childbirth Education - Baby Steps Childbirth Curriculum
Baby Steps Childbirth Education - Preparing for Your Birth (ONE DAY PREP CLASS)
Preparing for Your Birth
This 6-hour one day childbirth class will give you evidence-based information about giving birth. You will learn about the stages of labor, what’s happening with your body and baby during labor and birth, and you will go through a practice labor rehearsal so you are aware of different scenarios in birth. You will learn how to evaluate information about procedures/interventions you may be offered and will be shown comfort techniques as alternatives to pain medication (as well as being given information on standard pain medications offered in the hospital). Regardless of where you plan to deliver (home, hospital, or birth center) you will be prepared to make informed decisions for you and your family!
Register by calling/texting/emailing: 678-432-7917 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Class events are usually monthly and scheduled in advance and listed on the Inspired Motherhood Facebook Events tab.
Prenatal Lactation Consultation
$200 per session (1.5-2 hours)
One on One prenatal lactation consultation
Ideal for first time mothers or mothers who were unable to breastfeed for the duration they desired (be it days, weeks or months) and are attempting to breastfeed a subsequent child.
We will discuss possible obstacles that prevented full term breastfeeding, do a complete maternal health history and physical exam, discuss realistic ideals for the new breastfeeding relationship and come up with a care plan to set short and long term goals to achieve the breastfeeding success the mother desires.
Breastfeeding Your Baby - Baby Steps Lactation Class
While it may seem like it should come naturally, breastfeeding is not always without challenges. Be prepared to face those challenges head-on. You’ll learn about the benefits of breastfeeding (some of them may surprise you!), how to overcome doubts and uncertainty, what the early days of breastfeeding will be like, nursing positions and props, and how to work through various breastfeeding problems. You’ll also learn about pumping and supplementing, introducing solids, and weaning.
Register by text or email: 678-432-7917 or email@example.com
*** Not accepting postpartum doula clients for 2021***
Contact Angela for custom package rates
Certified Postpartum Doulas (CPD) are not baby nurses or nannies. CPD are a support to the new family practically and emotionally. CPD can help with light housework (laundry, vacuuming), light meal preparation, quick errands, education and support regarding basic baby care, general breastfeeding support, provide professional and community resources for breastfeeding, babywearing, and cloth diapering support, birth processing/story telling, and general evidence-based information and support as you enjoy your fourth trimester.
Since each mother and family is unique, this service is bendable to suit your needs best, whatever they may be. We can create a Postpartum Care Plan before the birth and make changes as needed.
Postpartum doula services make excellent gifts for new mothers. In today's society where extended families are many miles away and/or working full-time jobs, they are often unable to help a new mother in a practical way. Hiring a Postpartum Doula as a gift might be the greatest baby gift they can give!