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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in times of COVID-1

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU) in times of COVID-1

Operation Lockdown to fill Neonatal Freezers

In the final hours before the Alert 4 lockdown, Bellyful and The Neonatal Trust rushed to fill freezers at neonatal units to support parents facing an extra stressful time.

Cleverly crafty

Looking for something crafty to do? Got a friend or family member who’s keen to support or learn a new skill? You can do this and support some of New Zealand’s tiniest and most vulnerable babies at the same time! 

Supporting Lower Hutt SBCU

The Neonatal Trust were proud to recently donate some items to Lower Hutt Special Care Baby Unit.  

Support and Developmental Groups for March 2020

Check out what support groups are on in your region this month

La-Z-Boy chairs support Wellington and Lower Hutt units

The Neonatal Trust recently purchased 12 new lazy boy chairs for our parents to use in the Wellington Neonatal Intensive Care Unit and the Special Care Baby Unit in Lower Hutt Hospital for parents to use for precious kangaro cuddles.

Oceanbridge supports The Neonatal Trust

The Neonatal Trust are delighted to have been selected as one of two official charities for the Oceanbridge 2020 Charity Golf Day.  This is the 23rd annual event and will be held at Akarana Golf Club on Thursday 13th February 2020. 

Support & Developmental Groups for February 2020

Check out what support groups are on in your region 

Christmas Day 2019

Christmas day is a day for families to get together, be together and make memories. For hundreds of families this Christmas, their memories will be different to most with their baby (or babies, in the case of multiples) in a neonatal unit. There are over 360 incubators and cots in neonatal units . . . 

NEW Parent Resource - Postnatal Depression

Most mothers have days when they feel really down. This is perfectly normal. Looking after a baby, being constantly on call and coping with the daily demands of life is not easy.   Working with Baby Sensory, we've produced a resource to help parents with Postnatal Depression.

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