org This handy, highly portable, and thoroughly "user friendly" edition of The Breastfeeding Answer Book by Nancy Mohrbacher (an accredited La Leche League Leader and international board-certified lactation consultant) is a core reference for anyone working in the field of lactation.
What does LLLL stand for?
LLLL stands for La Leche League Leader
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
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We have 2 other meanings of LLLL in our Acronym Attic
- Life Long Learning Association
- London Lean Learning Academy (UK)
- La Leche League Canada (Winchester, Ontario, Canada)
- Low Level Liquid Effluent Treatment Plant
- Low-Level Laser-Guided Bomb
- La Leche League International
- La Leche League of Iowa (breastfeeding)
- Lamperd Less Lethal Inc. (civil defense; Sarnia, Ontario, Canada)
- Life-Long Learning Initiatives
- Low-Level Laser Irradiation
- Learning with Logics and Logics for Learning (workshop)
- Love Life Live Long
- low level laser light
- Loyal Legion of Loggers & Lumbermen (est. 1917; union)
- La Leche League New Zealand
- Lend-Lease Liaison Office (US Navy)
- Life Long Learning in Pharmacy (International Conference)
- Life Long Learning Program (National University of Singapore Business School)
- Limited Liability Limited Partnership
- Lobus Lineae Lateralis Posterior
Samples in periodicals archive:
Today, due to the tireless work of the late Elizabeth Baldwin, long-time La Leche League Leader and attorney, and others, approximately 39 states in the United States have laws pertaining to breastfeeding and several more have proposed legislation compared with 1994 when only five states in the United States had enacted legislation pertaining to breastfeeding.
It is wise to refer the woman to a midwife skilled in breastfeeding management, a lactation consultant or La Leche League leader.
Dianne Dearden, La Leche League leader in Coventry, said: "We recognise the many values of breastfeeding and are always grateful when a study of this calibre reinforces one of the positive aspects.
``The more women start doing it, the more people are going to feel comfortable with it,'' said Michelle Barone, a family therapist and La Leche League leader.
Some people to ask: La Leche League leaders, non-hospital (or doctor) affiliated childbirth educators, health food store managers, or certain religious groups (perhaps Mennonites or Christian Scientists).
She became a La Leche League leader early in her career and spent a decade providing hands-on instruction to nursing mothers.
It was through my La Leche League leader (she inquired as she didn't know anything about it either) that I learned about it and was able to resolve the problem, and extreme pain, of blebs.