In the Infant Feeding Team we support all mothers, babies and their families who use the services of Birmingham Women’s and Children’s Trust in their infant feeding choices.
We look to achieve the best possible outcomes for overall health and wellbeing of your baby by building close and loving relationships and helping you achieve optimal responsive baby feeding.
The Infant Feeding Team aim to:
- Help parents and carers with making informed decisions on feeding their babies, supporting them to achieve their feeding goals.
- Provide care which is mother/carer and family centred, non-judgemental and supports and respects individuals decisions.
- Be committed to providing clear and impartial information which adheres to the WHO Code of Marketing Breast Milk Substitutes (WHO 1991).
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This simple, concise guide provides parents who are bottle feeding with an overview of how to bottle feed responsively and, for parents who are formula feeding, how to choose an infant formula.
These info sheets on breastfeeding and bottle feeding are available in multiple languages. Using straightforward language and simple illustrations to aid understanding, these resources can be used to support parents with the basics of feeding and responding to their baby.
This page gives an additional overview of the Infant Feeding at Birmingham Women's and Children's Hospital.
It’s natural to have questions about feeding your baby. This leaflet provides answers to the most frequently asked questions.