A high-risk pregnancy, a complicated birth or a NICU stay can be traumatic and isolating experiences, which are being compounded by the uncertainty and stress of COVID-19. Today, Hand to Hold, a nonprofit organization for NICU families, announced the launch of virtual support groups for NICU families to address this challenge. Read more.
As our community navigates uncertainty and stress in the time of COVID-19, this emotions of NICU families are intensified. NICU families need a hand to hold now more than ever. Read more.
Good Morning America and ABC NewsChief Meteorologist Ginger Zee Takes the Stage in Austin for Hand to Hold’s Annual Baby Shower on Nov. 2
Honorary Chair Camila Alves McConaughey to co-host Fifth Annual Baby Shower, helping Hand to Hold care for families of premature and medically fragile infants. Read more.
NICU HEROES podcast highlights mental health topics facing nurses, healthcare providers including dads with post-partum depression to mothers with PTSD, grief
NICU Now Audio Support Series supports parents who are at a higher risk for depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder.
Hand to Hold Executive Director Kelli Kelley named to inaugural Huggies Nursing Advisory Council. The council was developed to offer ongoing guidance to nurses and information on helping protect newborns’ fragile skin and will identify opportunities to provide resources that recognize nurses’ contributions and help them perform their best – for babies, families and communities.
Hand to Hold honors the strength and super powers of NICU families and their premature infants in 2015 preemie power photo and essay contest. Contest names five winners from Florida, Kansas, South Carolina, Texas and Wisconsin.
Neonatologist Aryan Azimi-Zonooz from St. Charles Health System in Bend, OR, and neonatal nurse Joann Thorpe, RNC, from Dignity Health’s Mercy Medical Center Redding in Redding, CA, honored for care of premature and medically fragile infants.
Hand to Hold recognizes the efforts and accomplishments of four Austin area healthcare providers at its 2015 “For the Love of Babies” Awards Breakfast.
Neonatal nurse practitioner Stephanie Horecky Hall of Daniel Island, S.C., and neonatologist Stewart Lawrence, M.D., of Boise, Idaho, were named the 2014 NICU Heroes Award winners by Mead Johnson Nutrition and Hand to Hold.
Hand to Hold honors the strength and super powers of NICU Families and their premature infants in the 2014 Preemie Power Photo and Essay Contest. Contest names nine winners from California, Texas, Ohio, Michigan, Georgia, Mexico and Israel.
Hand to Hold Honors Four Medical Professionals for Strong, Compassionate Care of Premature Babies and Their Families
Hand to Hold recognizes the efforts and accomplishments of four local healthcare providers at its 2014 “For the Love of Babies” Awards Breakfast on Thursday, February 13, 2014. Hand to Hold’s 2014 honorees represent the fields of obstetrics, neonatology, pediatrics and social work.
Hand to Hold announced the winners of its fourth annual Preemie Power Photo and Essay Contest. The contest brought together 185 families from 41 U.S. states and three countries including Canada, Ireland and the United Kingdom.