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Lactation Accommodation Webinars - June 2013

Updated June 6, 2013
 
 
The Breastfeeding Task Force of Santa Clara Valley is offering two FREE webinars on breastfeeding laws and the worksite.
 
 
Lactation Accommodation in the Time of Health Care Reform - How to Make it Work for Employees and Employers

Tuesday, June 11, 2013 from 12 Noon to 1:00 PM PST
 
 
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Health Care reform has brought about many changes in the way employers relate to employees in terms of worksite wellness. Spend the lunch hour viewing a webinar on lactation accommodation obligations nationally and in California with Wendy Wright, IBCLC.  She will cover topics such current lactation accommodation laws, options for women returning to work without weaning, suggestions for pumping spaces and schedules, and offer several tools to help women and employers incorporate pumping into the work flow.
 
Registration Details
To call in dial 1-866-285-7780, enter password 7848674#
 
 
 

 
 
Hands on Introduction to Worksite Lactation Support in Your Community

Tuesday, June 25, 2013 from 12 Noon to 1:30 PM PST
 

Have you thought of approaching a worksite in your community but were not sure how to do it? Are there larger employers in your area interested in lactation accommodation but not sure how to get started? Do you work with clients from a single employer where the accommodations are not meeting the employees’ needs and wonder how to assist and support? Join this 1.5 hour webinar and you will receive answers to these questions and more. We will walk through a worksheet together gathering our resources and preparing targets to improve lactation accommodation in our communities.
 
Registration Details
To call in dial 1-866-285-7780, enter password 7848674#
 
 
 
For more information, contact Karen Foster, RD, CLE, Breastfeeding Coordinator at 408.793.2700 or email: Karen.Foster@phd.sccgov.org
 

 

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