When a mother is returning to work and chooses to continue breastfeeding her infant, there are several areas of responsibility for employers, supervisors, mothers, and co-workers. These are key to providing an accommodating and supportive environment for a working mother to carry out her breastfeeding goals. If you have additional questions call (734) 936-8677 or contact us. To learn more about how MIBFN currently aims to support education in Michigan, read the MIBFN Blueprint for Breastfeeding Education.
Home > Classes, Events, Screenings & Support Groups. In This Section. Classes, Events, Screenings & Support Groups. Infant Feeding & Safety; you may want to search the Michigan Mental Health Networker or National Self-Help Clearinghouse. MidMichigan Health. Hospitals, community education centers, and places of worship sometimes offer baby care classes. These classes cover the basics, such as diapering, feeding, and bathing your newborn. You also will learn these basic skills in the hospital before you are discharged. In some communities parenting classes are .