Premature baby support group
When Kelli Kelley awoke from her C-section 17 years ago, having delivered her son after just 24 weeks of pregnancy, her husband gave her a Polaroid of their baby. He was tiny, underdeveloped, eyes still fused shut, with translucent skin covered in fine hair, and lying in a sea of medical equipment and lines. To Kelley, he looked like a baby bird. Kelley remembers just one support group for parents, with a chaplain. Four months later Kelley and her husband brought their son home.
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New help for parents of premature babies | NCT
As your baby moves on from the baby unit, the hospital staff will transfer his care to the community team. This multidisciplinary team - made up of professionals from many different areas of expertise - will be responsible for supporting you and your baby. How much, if any, contact you have with this team will depend on your baby's needs. Many babies are discharged from the baby unit with no follow-up, because none is needed. The hospital team will update the community team on your baby's progress while he is still in hospital. You may have the chance to meet some of the community team before he is discharged so they can understand your needs and help prepare a home care plan to support you when you go home.
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2019 PREEMIE PARENT SUMMIT
Preemie Parent Alliance is a network of organizations offering support to families of premature infants. Our organizations are dedicated to representing the needs and best interests of NICU families in all facets of healthcare policy, care guidelines, advocacy, education, and family support. By collaborating and engaging with stakeholders in the Maternal Infant Health community, PPA members are committed to ensuring our most fragile population has every opportunity to thrive. The Power of Our StoriesWe are all worthy of telling our stories and having them heard.
Back to Your pregnancy and baby guide. Special care for babies is sometimes provided on the ordinary postnatal ward and sometimes in a specialist newborn neonatal area. Having a baby in neonatal care can be worrying for parents, but the staff looking after your baby should make sure you receive all the information, communication and support you need.
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