About Seacoast Lactation Services, LLC

What is an IBCLC? An International Board Certified Lactation Consultant is a healthcare professional who specializes in the management of breastfeeding. Around the world, IBCLCs support healthy families by improving breastfeeding outcomes, lowering healthcare costs, and more. What distinguishes an IBCLC from other lactation professionals is the depth and breadth of our training and professional development. 


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Wendy Jordan, BS, IBCLC

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Wendy Jordan, an IBCLC since 1996, has over 20 years of experience helping families overcome obstacles to successful breastfeeding. She currently serves clients through private practice, provides lactation support at Exeter Hospital and Lawrence General Hospital, and teaches prenatal classes and leads breastfeeding support groups. Wendy is an active member of the International Lactation Consultant Association, the US Lactation Consultant Association, and is a board member of the New Hampshire Breastfeeding Task Force. She has coordinated with physicians, nurses, and other lactation consultants to provide comprehensive care for women and their breastfed infants. She passionately believes in the ability of mothers to nurse their babies.

Wendy believes that there is no right or wrong way to breastfeed, but that being true to yourself and your baby means finding what works so that the whole family is happy. This means meeting every individual mother where she’s at. Aside from extensive knowledge and experience as a lactation consultant, she is known for her unwavering support


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Laura Stone, BSN, MS, RN, IBCLC

Laura grew up in New York and moved to the Seacoast in 2004 after falling in love with New England and then her husband. She has been a Registered Nurse since 1998 when she started her career working in medical-surgical nursing and then spent many years working as a traveling emergency room nurse around the country. The last few years have been spent as a recovery room nurse at a local hospital.

She received a liberal arts and nursing degree from Dutchess Community College in NY and went on for her Bachelors degree in nursing at SUNY Utica. In 2008, she graduated from Antioch University with a Masters degree in leadership and management. She has been working in the field of clinical Lactation for over 2 years and earned the IBCLC credential in October 2018.

After having two children and experiencing the challenges of breast feeding while working, she decided to explore a new career and become a lactation consulant. With critical care nursing as her backgound, she enjoys a challenge and wants to help mothers as much as she can. She enjoys helping new mothers and babies learn breastfeeding techniques and how to enjoy each other. She will be utilizing national standards and evidence based practice in all of her care. Laura is happy to help you and your baby learn each other and build the bond of a lifetime.