We know that becoming a parent is one of life’s most positive and joyful experiences. However, when unexpected events occur, talking with parents who have had similar experiences can be very comforting. The Parent-to-Parent Program at St. Joseph Mercy Hospital is designed to offer parents who have a baby in the neonatal intensive care unit the support that they may need.
Our Parent-to-Parent Program is a free service. The program provides parent-to-parent support and emergency needs support for parents of a child born with a developmental or medical disability, and is sponsored by the Saint Joseph Mercy Health System Neonatal Intensive Care Unit.
Parents are visited and consoled by some of the very parents that the program has assisted in the past. Together with physicians, nurses and social workers, we offer a continuum of care for you and your infant.
Parent-to-Parent volunteers are parents who…
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For more information, contact Camilla McKinnon, RN, NICU, Parent-to-Parent Program Coordinator at email@example.com.