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We’re here to support parents and families of premature or sick babies

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In hospital

Find information about neonatal care, what happens on a neonatal unit and how you can get involved in your baby’s care.

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At home

The first few months at home with your baby can be challenging. Find tips and information to help.

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Common parent concerns


“Be kind to yourselves, take all the support you can get and accept help”

Elspeth and Craig's identical twins Remy and Forrest were born at 29 weeks and five days. In their story, they share all the ups and down of their journey to bringing their boys home after 74 days in neonatal care.
Read “Be kind to yourselves, take all the support you can get and accept help” - Elspeth’s and Craig’s story
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Supporting parents

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Tips for changing your baby's nappy

Changing your premature or sick baby’s nappy is a great way to be involved in their care on the neonatal unit.

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Caring for your baby

Being involved in your baby’s care while they are in hospital can really help you and your baby.

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