Resources and further support

Additional resources and support organisations


Global Health Media

This organisation has breastfeeding videos in different languages (currently including French, Spanish, Nepali, Swahili, lao, Khmer, Kinyarwanda) which are really useful to watch with your partner or family to help prepare you for feeding your baby. 

Global Health Media’s Birth and Beyond app includes all 28 videos on care from the time of birth through the baby’s first two years. Major topics covered are birth, breastfeeding, newborn care, small baby care, and complementary feeding (Android version coming soon).

Best Beginnings 

Best Beginnings (‘working to give every baby in the UK the healthiest start in life’) has lots of videos about pregnancy and becoming a parent including From Bump to Breastfeeding videos about breastfeeding. You can download a free Baby Buddy app for pregnancy or for new parents and they also have information for parents of premature or sick babies including the Small Wonders video.

Unicef UK

UK Baby Friendly Initiative has a variety of videos about breastfeeding.

First Steps Nutrition

Guide to Infant Milks gives information on different infant formula milks.

Human Milk Project

Learn about human milk for human babies.

Breastfeeding Network

The Breastfeeding Network has detailed information about breastfeeding, including Drugs in Breastmilk and breastfeeding complications such as If Breastfeeding Hurtsmastitis, and thrush.

Association of Breastfeeding Mothers (ABM)

ABM are a group of trained volunteers dedicated to supporting breastfeeding families. ABM has been supporting nurturing families for almost 40 years.

La Leche League (LLL)

La Leche League trained breastfeeding counsellors (known as LLL Leaders), having all breastfed their own babies, provide support for breastfeeding families via meetings, phone calls and social media.


Bliss offers emotional and practical support to empower families and equip them with the knowledge and skills they need to provide the best possible care to their baby, for however long they live and for however long their stay in neonatal care.


TwinsTrust offers a range of support for parents of twins and multiple babies.

National Childbirth Trust (NCT)

NCT breastfeeding counsellors offer practical and emotional support with feeding your baby. 

KellyMom has a range of resources and information on breastfeeding including common challenges and managing expectations.


Breastfeeding.Support offers information and resources including articles on common questions parents may have around feeding their baby.

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