Co-Founder & Director
We are invested in an innovative approach that empowers our community and delivers the support they need, when they need it. Learn about our 3-Step Program from High-Risk to 18 years old.
Making a difference to educate parents in the NICU in a unique way to create equity for all.
To help the parents and families of premature babies cope during such a difficult phase in their lives, stay encouraged, receive support from several resources, and keep the faith .
Blossom & Thrive. Professional Coaching and Emotional Wellness Services for Parents, Professionals and Organizations.
Our two-part mission: donating Once Upon A Preemie books to NICU families in under resourced communities, and leading virtual health and racial equity training programs for the neonatal and perinatal community.
Using innovations in media, technology and communications to empower parents of preemies in underserved areas, Pebbles of Hope is working to end the preventable death and disability of premature babies around the world.
Saul’s Light partners with hospitals, local organizations, and healthcare professionals to to meet NICU and bereaved families’ day-to-day needs.
This unique tutoring service provides special rates to NICU graduates making it more accessible for special needs families.
The Mended Hearts, Inc. recognized a unique need to provide hope and support to “the littlest heart patients of all” and their families, so the Mended Little Hearts program was created.
The effects of premature birth don’t always disappear after a child leaves the NICU. Illness, disabilities, or even just milestone setbacks can follow a preemie from infancy into adulthood. Millions of prematurely-born men and women face complications in their later years that still aren’t well understood.
ur mission is to relay the medical information parents receive in layman’s terms, and build a bridge between the parenting and professional worlds that surround premature infants. Through relateable writing and group support, PreemieWorld helps create a “new normal” for preemie families in the midst of the NICU chaos.