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The NICU Parent’s Bill of Rights From the Preemie Parent Alliance 1. My parents are my voice and my best advocates; therefore, hospital policies, including visiting hours and rounding, 2. In order to be prepared to meet my needs when I am discharged, my parents need to understand my medical. The NICU Parent’s Bill of Rights is a list of ten essential rights that all NICU parents should expect during their child’s NICU stay. This collaborative project was developed to help address and break down barriers that often prevent NICU parents from bonding with their baby and playing an active role in their daily care. In order to care for a medically fragile infant after the NICU, parents must feel empowere. NICU PARENT’S Bill of Rights I -My parents are my voice and my best advocates; therefore, hospital policies, including visiting hours and rounding, should be as inclusive as possible.
2 -In order to be prepared to meet my needs when I am discharged, my parents need to understand my medical diagnosis. Be patient with them and teach them well. One of the PPA’s signature achievements is a document that helps parents understand their place in the NICU. “There are patients’ bill of rights in.
7-Although I may be a late-term preemie, the NICU can still be a very traumatic place for my parents. Ensure they receive just as much TLC, information, education, and as many resources as the parents of my micro-preemie friend. 8-Encourage my parents to attend care. It is our hope that the NICU Parent’s Bill of Rights will help bring awareness to the best practices of Family-Centered Care so families are better prepared for life after NICU.
We encourage yout to print and share a copy of the NICU Parent’s Bill of Rights with your NICU. The care of your baby is something shared by everyone in the NICU, including the doctors, the nurses, and not least of all, the parents. Mother and nurse, especially, will share a bond between them. The mother’s instincts, the nurse’s training, and the NICU’s technology intertwine to create an environment optimal for the growth of your baby.
It’s important for parents to take a step back and address how they are feeling. If parents don’t take care of themselves, it will be even more difficult to take care of their baby. • Connect with other NICU parents. Ask our staff about opportunities to meet other families who going through the NICU experience. Overview of the NICU Parent’s Bill of Rights. Fact checked by Adah Chung Respiratory Support for Premature Babies in the NICU.
Medically reviewed by Brian Levine, MD, MS, FACOG Caring for Your Premature Infant at Home. By Cheryl Bird, RN, BSN Early Intervention for Premature Babies. Learning all about the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) is often one of the first steps in parenting a preemie. The first time you visit your baby in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) might be overwhelming.
The sights, sounds, and smells are all unfamiliar, and the doors are locked and guarded.
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