Resources for parents at the NICU

Resources for parents at the NICU

Resources for parents at the NICU

 



NICU Booklet:

 Welcome to the Jewish General Hospital Neonatal Intensive Care Unit: Information for parents of premature infants 


Care pathways Parent's Guide:

 Baby's pathway home 

Guide parental : cheminement de l'enfant


Helping Siblings Adjust:

 The adaptation of siblings in neonatology


Websites:

Also see Kids' Health

 

 About Kids Health - Toronto Sick Kid’s Hospital
 Premature babies
 Brigham and Women's Hospital
 Caring for Kids.
 CHU Sainte-Justine
 Encyclopedia on early child development
 Helping parents cope with a high risk birth: terror, grief, impotance and anger
How Milwaukee parents adapted to the birth of their premature baby. By Michael T. Hynan, Ph.D., at the University of Wisconsin.
 Kidshealth®
 Medical problems and your baby: a primer on preemies
 When your baby's in the NICU
 La Leche League International
 Breastfeeding premature infants
 

 La Leche League Canada
 March of Dimes
 For your healthy pregnancy: Premature birth

 For families: understanding your premature infant: an interactive program for parents    Interactive tutorial
 

   MedlinePlus 
 Premature babies

Montreal Children's Hospital
 Family Resource Library
 Mount Sinai Hospital, Toronto NICU
 Valentine NICU

 NICU-Web
University of Washington Academic Medical Center
 Préma Québec (French only)
 
  Public Health Agency of Canada
 For Parents
 Safe Sleep for your Baby Video
 Safe Sleep for your Baby Brochure

 University of Wisconsin Paediatric Dept
 Your family: Preemie health
 

 Wisconsin Association for Perinatal care
 

 Zero to Three

 

Books

List of books at the PFRC.


Disclaimer: This information should not be considered as medical advice. It is not to be used in place of a visit with a doctor, nurse or other healthcare professional. If you have questions about your individual medical situation, please consult with your healthcare professional.

Updated October 19 2017

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