Tēnā koutou- I'm Hannah, mum to Kora and expecting our second soon. I wanted to be a Peer Supporter because parenting is hard and parents deserve as much help as possible! I'd love to help with any issue you might want support around, wherever you're at in your feeding or parenting journey. I'm British and I understand what it is like to be away from your whānau and supports. Well done for reaching out and being strong enough to ask for help. Remember you got this!
Peer Supporters are not medical professionals, but are volunteers trained to provide information and support through common challenges to the normal course of breastfeeding.