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Miracles Resource Library

This resource library is designed to be a place to go for resources that pertain to NICU stays and beyond.  We hope this can help bring comfort, find hope, and support you on your NICU journey

If you have found resources not on this page that were helpful for you click the button below to add it to this resource library...we all can help one another.

Websites

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NICU Helping Hands had a bank of resources that can help while in the NICU and after you are home.  

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Hand to Hold is a website with resources created by a for NICU parent.  

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A blog created to help you navigate different aspects of the NICU

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Project NICU Parent Blog is a database full of articles written by NICU parents with advice and stories.  Research shows that journaling about your journey can be therapeutic.  Project NICU also allows you to upload your story to be shared on the blog.

Books

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-Gary Weiner

 

When a newborn is admitted to the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), it can be frightening and overwhelming. Edited by two top NICU doctors and a veteran NICU nurse, this guide will support parents through their baby’s time in the NICU, helping them communicate with members of the NICU team, ask the right questions, and participate as valuable partners in their baby’s care.

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-Sue Ludwig

In this remarkable book of personal and professional transformation, Sue Ludwig, a neonatal therapist, shares how her tiny patients in the NICU (neonatal intensive care unit) guided her to step off her hamster wheel of existence and into a new way of living.

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-Sarah Philpott, PHd.

Close to one in four American women experience the silent grief of pregnancy loss. Loved Baby offers much-needed support to women in the middle of psychological and physiological grief as a result of losing an unborn child through miscarriage, stillbirth, or ectopic pregnancy loss.

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-Dana Wechsler Linden, Emma Trenti Paroli, Mia Wechsler Doron

Preemies, Second Edition is the only parents’ reference resource of its kind—delivering up-to-the-minute information on medical care in a warm, caring, and engaging voice. Authors Dana Wechsler Linden and Emma Trenti Paroli are parents who have “been there.” 

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-Amy Marchand Collins & Betty R. Vohr MD

For parents with babies who must spend time in the NICU, it can feel overwhelming. It can be especially hard for parents of micro preemies – babies born at less than 28 weeks. When author Amy Marchand Collins’ twins were born at just 24 weeks, she described the experience as feeling like she was “taken out on a boat, miles offshore, and pushed off to learn how to swim.” Today she is the swim instructor she needed for parents of preemies.

Miracle Favorites

Needing a little pick me up?...NICU specific Items...or simply something to show support to your Miracle?  Look. No. Further!

(We do not profit off any affiliate links)

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Preemie pajamas, NICU Parent shirts, Do Not Touch signs, NICU journals, and more!

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jewelry, clothing, affirmation cards, journals, and more 

Writing

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Gift packages for NICU Families

Sibling Support

Coloring Books

-Claire Seidenglanz

-Lindsey Coker Luckey

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