Newborn Hope has partnered with the NICU Consortium Partnership, an invaluable education program for our preemie community. With a diverse interdisciplinary membership of medical and health professionals, families who have experienced the NICU, and community leaders, the NICU Consortium hosts quarterly webinars to share information critical to our community. Content often focuses on care and feeding issues for premature newborns, respite care following a NICU hospitalization, and telehealth. These consortium opportunities are available to our entire community- join us sometime!
Newborn Hopes’ work also includes programs that we have delivered for decades, such as the Community Grants we provide to statewide organizations whose missions align with ours. We continue to educate and engage our community about safe-pregnancy, and we will always advocate to improve the outcomes for premature babies.
We cannot forget how critical our fight for support is. An average of 158 babies are born preterm in Colorado each week, and prematurity is still the leading cause of death and lifelong disabilities in newborns in our state. Because of you, we continue to be able to care for the babies and families behind these statistics.
We are beyond grateful for you and to our community for our collective commitment to improve outcomes for our tiniest babies.
YOU ARE HOPE. WE ARE HOPE.
Allison Bradac, Executive Director
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