How a Premature Baby Can Qualify For Disability Benefits

How a Premature Baby Can Qualify For Disability Benefits

A premature baby can have serious health problems that require one parent to stop working and be the person in charge of the baby’s health care. During this stressful time the last thing new parents need is the financial strain that can come from losing an income. The Social Security Administration’s Supplemental Support Income program may be able to help ease that burden for parents.

Let Yourself Grieve

Let Yourself Grieve

by Maegan Sheiman NICU parents are no strangers to grief.  In an instant, we are forced to take in the feeling of loss in so many forms it seems impossible to balance.  As we watch our little ones’ struggle, we grieve their pain.  We grieve missing that magical birthing experience.  The moment when the doctor hands you your baby, […]

Connie Karcher, Heather McKinnis, Xena Ugrinski & Meegan Snyder

‘Tinis for Preemies: Having Fun with a Purpose

Each year Graham’s Foundation hosts our ‘Tinis for Preemies event in NYC, an annual gala fundraiser in support of our mission. It’s always a fun evening out for those who attend, but we do a lot to ensure that our purpose isn’t lost in the playful atmosphere of the night! This year was no exception. […]

Have You Checked Out Every Tiny Thing and Hello Preemie?

Have You Checked Out Every Tiny Thing and Hello Preemie?

We recently had a chance to ask Trish Ringley, a nurse and the founder of both Every Tiny Thing and Hello Preemie, some questions about what has inspired her to create products and resources for preemie parents. Here’s what she had to say:     How did your work as an RN inspire Every Tiny […]

An Adult Preemie Tells Her Story

An Adult Preemie Tells Her Story

I reached out to Graham’s Foundation because I am always trying to find other Preemies who are now adults, like me. They asked if I’d be interested in telling the world more about my experiences and how being a Preemie has impacted my life. I am 65 years old and was born 3 months premature […]