Lorraine Rigby-Larocque – Presenter 1st Babywearing in Canada Conference

Lorraine is an expert in pre-natal and post-partum care, offering courses for years through Birth to Breastfeeding. She is a CAPPA Certified Childbirth Educator, and Lactation Educator, and mom of seven. Her six living children range from 24 to 4 years of age, and her stillborn son would’ve turned 20 this year. She has also experienced many, many miscarriages (8). We congratulate Lorraine as she started her BScN program September 2015.

Biography:

  • Currently Pre-BScN full-time student
  • Former Faculty Member (Director, Newsletter) of CAPPA Canada
  • Studied Childbirth Ed and Lactation Ed through CAPPA Canada & Mohawk College
  • Member of The Breastfeeding Coalition of Eastern Ontario & Akwesasne (local level of the WHO/UNICEF Baby-Friendly TM Initiative)

For more information about Lorraine’s experience, please visit her website Birth to Breastfeeding.

Lorraine presented on infant loss at the First Babywearing in Canada Conference 2015.

Session:

Description:

Losing your child is one of the most heart-breaking things a parent can experience.  It happened to Lorraine 20 years ago and she still thinks of that child everyday.  Lorraine has also survived many miscarriages (8), and cervical cancer.  Yet, you can find a way to move through it.  Lorraine will talk directly on this very sensitive topic while drawing for her own personal experiences, as well as an expert in pre-natal and post-partum care.

This session is now available for sale, with a portion of the proceeds to go Aaron’s Butterfly Run Ottawa/Gatineau in support of Roger Neilson House. Rachel Samulack shares her experience of infant loss here.