Supporting Preemie Parents

They Need to Know that Prematurity Doesn’t End When You Say Goodbye to the NICU

The people in your life may offer you an amazing amount of sympathy and support when your family is in the NICU after premature birth. After all, it’s easy for them to see that your newborn or infant has needs that are different from those of a full-term baby when your family is being cared […]

Preemie Moms Share Their Pre-eclampsia Symptoms

Preemie Moms Share Their Pre-eclampsia Symptoms

Pre-eclampsia Awareness Month may be coming to a close but that doesn’t mean we have to stop doing our part to introduce pregnant mothers to the symptoms of pre-e! We’ve asked moms to share their symptoms in their own words because everyone’s experience with pre-eclampsia looks a little different. If you’re experiencing any of the […]

Know the Signs of Pre-eclampsia

Know the Signs of Pre-eclampsia

Know the signs and symptoms of pre-eclampsia! Be alert, because the earlier the risk of developing pre-eclampsia is known, the more likely it is that treatments will be effective. EFCNI prepared this graphic to introduce more pregnant moms to the signs of pre-e:  

10 Years of Helping Families with Preemies

10 Years of Helping Families with Preemies

In 2018, Graham’s Foundation entered its tenth year of improving outcomes for preemies and their families. With that in mind we’re eager to share our annual report – an infographic detailing just some of our 2017 successes and 2018 goals. Unfortunately, even after ten years there are still families we’re not reaching. Your support means […]

8 Things You SHOULD Say to Parents of Preemies

8 Things You SHOULD Say to Parents of Preemies

So many people have written variations of posts outlining various things not to say to parents of preemies, and that’s important. We know there is a lot of unintentional insensitivity toward preemie parents. People say some strange things to parents of preemies both in and out of the NICU, and it’s not hard to understand […]

When the NICU Journey Never Seems to End

Leaving the hospital without your preemie is hard enough. Facing an uncertain future is doubly hard. Many of us are told that we shouldn’t expect to bring our preemies home until they’ve reached their due dates. Some of us are pleasantly surprised to bring our babies home before that ballpark discharge day. But other parents […]

What Makes Graham's Foundation Special

What Makes Graham’s Foundation Special

Parents of preemies describe the experience of having an infant in the neonatal intensive care unit, whether for four weeks or four months, as stressful, frightening, exhausting, and isolating. For many, the NICU journey represents both a family and a financial crisis. Babies born extremely premature are often in critical condition with health problems that […]