Arriving six weeks early in Chelmsford, Essex, baby Jude needed immediate life-saving attention before being placed on a ventilator and transferred to The Rosie Hospital in Cambridge. To mark World Prematurity Day 2023, which takes place on 17 November, dad James Eddleston explains how Chestnut House kept him close to his son at the most difficult of times.
Archie was born six weeks premature and has required multiple surgeries for lifelong conditions as a result. We've been supporting his mum Caroline at Eckerlsey House so they could always be together.
Leia needed emergency treatment at Sheffield Children's Hospital. For 11 weeks her parents Ellie-Jae and Luke were supported at Magnolia House
While Cohen received treatment for meningitis at the Royal London Hospital, Stevenson House made sure his mum, Ellie, was always by his side
Hunter was diagnosed with four congenial heart defects. Scott House kept his parents by his side when he underwent open heart surgery at six months old.
When baby Jacob was diagnosed with leukaemia just hours after arriving, our Chestnut House 'Home from Home' in Cambridge provided vital support to parents Laura and Tracey. Laura shares their story.
Danny Joy, the driving force behind ISG’s recent £30,000 kitchen re-fit at our Stevenson House 'Home from Home', shares about how The Sick Children's Trust was there for his family when they needed it the most.
Ava needed two major surgeries when she was just a few days old. Crawford House made sure her parents Marie and Paul as well as her twin sister Mila were always by her side.
Rebekkah's son, Louie, was born six weeks premature and spent his first Christmas waiting to have heart surgery. Eckersley House kept them together so they could make special Christmas memories.
Lucas and Leo were born eight weeks premature on Christmas Day. Lucas later needed further treatment when he was struggling with his breathing and needed specialist care. Acorn House made sure the family were always together.
When Faith Pearson's five month old son fell ill just before Christmas 2021, The Sick Children's Trust's 'Homes from Home' at Sheffield Children's Hospital helped her family when they needed it most.