Want to breastfeed but need a little help?

Want to breastfeed but need a little help?


Many of us have heard that breastfeeding is best but once we are home with our babies it's not as easy as we had hoped. Help is here when you need it. As a Registered Nurse and IBCLC I can provide full service lactation services in the comfort of your home or virtually if you prefer.


Need breastfeeding support? As an IBCLC for 5 years I have had the pleasure of supporting hundreds of women in their breastfeeding journey. As well, I have been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years, and breastfed my 4 children. I would love the opportunity to support you as well.

I am able to do both virtual and in-person consults in my office. Visits are scheduled as needed.

Lactation consults are reimbursable by most insurance companies. Learn more about insurance coverage and how to file a claim. Medicaid does not reimburse for lactation consults in Georgia at this time.

  • In-Office consults $100.00 
  • In-Home and VIrtual Consults $220.00 (these last between 1.5-2 hours)
  • If you are using insurance, an additional travel fee of $75 applies for all in-home consults and classes. Travel fee will be invoiced separately after booking.

In need of reduced cost/free lactation services? > learn more

Back to Work Lactation Consults

Returning to work soon? Have questions about milk storage, protecting your milk supply, or which breast pump to purchase? Book a virtual back to work consult today (one-hour). This includes a plan for pumping, watching a pumping session to ensure correct fit of pump parts and addressing any back to work concerns.

When do you need to call a lactation consultant?

  • If you have any nipple pain -  breastfeeding shouldn’t hurt!
  • Baby can’t latch on the breast or falls off the breast
  • Not enough weight gain or not enough wet or dirty diapers
  • Baby is on the breast for long periods of time (45+ minutes) after day 2 or constantly wants to feed (every hour or more)
  • Baby does not seem satisfied after feedings
  • Redness, pain or swelling in the breast
  • If you are feeding twins (or more!)



Most insurance companies cover free personal-use breast pumps. We can help you obtain your free insurance breast pump. Complete the contact form below to get yours today.


We also rent Ameda Elite hospital grade breast pumps. This pump is highly effective and low cost and can be used as long as needed to protect the milk supply. The kit that goes with the pump is a one time purchase of $50.00. If you have received a kit in the NICU and it is for a Ameda breast pump it will work with the Ameda Elite breast pump.

Want to know if a hospital grade breast pump is right for you? > learn more about our hospital grade breast pumps.


$20 / week, rented for 2 weeek increments only. Your credit card will be kept on file and charged at the beginning of the 2-week schedule until you return the pump. You can rent the pump using a Health Savings Account, and pump rentals may be reimbursable by some private insurers.

Pumps can be picked up or delivered for a fee depending on mileage.

When do you need a hospital grade breast pump rental?

  • Your baby is in the neonatal ICU or your baby is not latching on your breast at all.
  • Your baby is latching but not effectively as in the case of jaundice and you need to maintain your milk supply while working on the baby’s latch.
  • Your milk supply is low and working together with baby’s latch we also need to increase supply.


We offer private and group classes and support groups to help you prepare for birth and breastfeeding, and find the support you need postpartum.  Our Lamaze childbirth classes are based on the six simple steps for a health birth so you can feel prepared & confident.  Our breastfeeding classes, also taken during pregnancy, provide the information & resources you need to get breastfeeding off to a great start.

Postpartum? Our weekly FREE breastfeeding support groups are a source of community and helpful information to keep you going as you navigate those first months of motherhood.


I have been a Registered Nurse for over 20 years. I've been a teen mom, NICU mom, single mom, working mom, and a married mom. My experience as a mother is helpful as I provide you with support. I have been an IBCLC for 5 years helping hundreds of families meet their breastfeeding goals. In 2018 I was awarded the March of Dimes Nurse of the Year Award for my work with Amerigroup leading their lactation program.

I am dedicated to supporting all women but have a special interest in the underserved community. I recently founded a non profit Ready Set Push with the goal of increasing access to quality childbirth education in the community.

Kiana Ayers RN Lactation Support
Kiana Ayers IBCLC RN
Kiana Ayers RN Lactation Support

Want more information or ready for your free breastpump?

  • 1 Fill out our contact form and I will reach out to you within 24 hours.
  • 2 Need immediate assistance? Call me at 470-420-8131.
  • 3 Get the skilled breastfeeding support you need.

Wondering about insurance coverage, FSA & HSA? Click here to get all the details and learn how to file a claim.

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