Disclaimer

The Family Advisory Council seeks to build international alliances and support the growth of the NIDCAP Federation International. Its primary role is to build relationships with parent organizations that support families in newborn intensive care units and special care nurseries and advise on ways to integrate NIDCAP into hospital settings for newborns and their families.

The council advises on expansions and advancements for NIDCAP’s model of care, its reach, education and training.

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As you adjust to having an infant in a hospital setting, we offer some resources to help you navigate your way

We have compiled a list of books for and by parents of premature infants, books for siblings of premature and ill infants, informational websites and more

These resources are available to help you learn about and support your infant

Please note that this is not a complete list of resources, and we continue to update the list regularly

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Visit our Learning Center to explore our resources on a range of topics for families of infants being cared for in intensive care settings, including:

  • Family Resource Videos
  • NIDCAP Podcast Series

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There are parent advocacy and networking organizations that focus on supporting families of premature and ill infants all around the world

Click here for a directory of some of these organizations

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