The NICU Partnership unites families, healthcare providers, advocates, and community members, to aid NICU infants and their families in the transition from hospital to home. Our mission is to facilitate a seamless discharge and follow-up system for NICU families through education in best practices and community/systems building.
Open to everyone, we particularly welcome families, healthcare and mental health providers, early intervention specialists, service coordinators, and family advocates assisting babies requiring special care.
Join our NICU Education Webinars, featuring quarterly sessions by local and national experts. These webinars offer insights into the needs of premature and medically complex infants and their families, fostering networking opportunities among those dedicated to supporting families in their transition from the NICU.
- Wednesday, February 28 9:30-noon- Supporting The Venezuelan Migrant Families During Pregnancy, The Post-Partum Period, and Early Childhood
- Wednesday, April 24 9:30-noon- Working With Caregivers With Disabilities Who Have Fragile Babies
- Wednesday, July 24 9:30-noon- Supporting The Needs Of Siblings Of Babies With Special Health Care Needs
- Wednesday, October 23 9:30-noon -The Impact Of Intimate Partner Violence And High Conflict In NICU Families And The Providers That Work With Them
THREE PARTNERSHIP COMMUNITY MEETINGS -A unique Network of the post-NICU community- Dates TBD
If you have any questions, please contact Lindsay Pechek, Executive Director of Newborn Hope at email@example.com.
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|HUGS Committee Chair
|Education Committee Officer
|Smooth Way Home
|Adams County NICU team
|NICU parent and Psychologist
|Love for Lily