We understand that the NICU is a complex and
Our mission is to provide support, information and education to both families and NICU staff, to help make the neonatal journey a little less stressful, less difficult and MUCH more supportive.
We take on the crucial responsibility of providing psychosocial support to families by providing around the clock education and support, from the comforts of anywhere families have access to the internet~
We have a unique and one of a kind support community for both NICU families and high risk bed resting moms, that will eliminate feelings of isolation, reduce fears due to lack of understanding and will guide parents through the many ways they can advocate and provide for their child(ren).
We develop educational materials for NICU professionals to help them gain confidence in their skills of providing psychosocial support to NICU and high risk antenatal families, and have access to the tools they need to feel more comfortable in practicing in today’s healthcare environment~
We offer education on an interactive and engaging platform that eliminates the knowledge gap of how to support families in crisis at the bedside based on the Best Practice Recommendations on providing Psychosocial Support to NICU Families published in the Journal of Perinatology, December 2015.
With the ever-changing healthcare landscape there is increasing pressure on organizations to improve patient satisfaction scores, reduce healthcare costs and increase productivity, all while also improving the overall health outcomes of babies and families~
We close the gap of unequal family support being offered in your unit so that families receive equal and comprehensive family support through consistent professional education and peer-to-peer support in a safe on-line community which enhances the patient experience, decreases length of stay and improves the overall mental health of NICU parents. We also offer unique and innovative products, as well as consultation, that will help your unit stand out as a leader in family centered care practices