For NICU Professionals

COVID-19 UPDATE

In light of the rapidly changing COVID-19 developments, and in order to help protect our organization, staff, families served, and customers, Hand to Hold has made the difficult decision to temporarily close our online store. The decision was not made lightly, but we feel as though this is what’s best for our staff and customers.
All online orders will be processed and shipped when the Shelter In Place mandate is lifted here in Austin, Texas. Please check handtohold.org/store or contact store@handtohold.org for updates and questions.
Taking care of our organization, staff, the families we serve and our customers is our top priority. Stay healthy and safe.
Since 2010, Hand to Hold has been providing family-friendly support to NICU and bereaved families across the country. Our comprehensive in-hospital support for NICU families is customized to meet the unique needs of your NICU population and is designed to enhance and extend your hospital’s current family support initiatives.

We are here to help ensure that your hospital provides truly meaningful family friendly support.

 

Our educational resources and support programs meet the National Perinatal Association’s psychosocial support guidelines for NICU families.

Ways we can help you support the families in your care:

What NICU Professionals Are Saying

“The work Hand to Hold has done with NICU families has been life changing for families and our NICU staff. Hand to Hold is the perfect combination of skilled professionals who have a true understanding of the NICU journey from first hand experience. I do not believe there is a better organization than Hand to Hold for supporting these families through the most difficult and traumatic time of their life.”
— Rhonda Reed, BSN, RNC-NIC, Director of NICU and Neonatal Transport, St. David’s Medical Center

“With my patients, and in my personal life, I have experienced some of the deep sadness and loss that can accompany preterm birth or other birth complications. Hand to Hold will be such an important tool in assisting families in those vulnerable situations.”

— Dr. Felicia Nash, Preemie Mother & Obstetrician/Gynecologist, Women Partners in Health

This page was last modified on Mar 25, 2020 @ 2:21 pm. If you see any information that needs to be updated or corrected, please contact info@handtohold.org.