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Jack was born 16 weeks premature and needed specialist treatment in Newcastle. Crawford House supported his parents, Jessica and Dean, with a place to stay so they could always be by his side. They're sharing their experience as part of World Prematurity Day.
To mark World Prematurity Day, which takes place annually on 17 November, Helen Hudson explains her how our 'Homes from Home' in Newcastle and Sheffield played supported her when her daughter Emmeline was hospitalised due to complications associated to her early arrival in 2021.
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.
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.
Lucy's triplets Adeline, Beatrix and Clementine were all born 12 weeks premature. Our 'Home from Home' made sure Lucy was always with them
Emmeline was born 13 weeks premature and needed treatment in Newcastle, 120 miles away from her home. We supported her mum Helen at Crawford House
Leigh's daughter, Evelyn, was born 12 weeks premature and need specialist treatment in Newcastle. Crawford House made sure Leigh was always by her side.
Brave Essex mum Tegan Scrivener is undertaking a tandem skydive this weekend to raise money for The Sick Children’s Trust after we supported her family with a place to stay while baby son Herbert – who was born weighing 2lb, 10oz – was in hospital in 2016.
Ethan was born eight weeks premature and needed specialist treatment at Great Ormond Street Hospital for several respiratory infections. Rainbow House kept his parents just minutes from his side.
Arthur will be walking 30 miles from his home in South Benfleet to Stevenson House to thank The Sick Children's Trust for supporting his parents when his older brother Henry was born premature.
Oscar was born three months early and spent seven weeks on the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit. His parents, Edward and Louise, were supported by Chestnut House and were always just a stone's throw away from his side
Freddie was born 15 weeks early and spent 125 days in hospital, 90 minutes away from home. Chestnut House kept his parents Lewis and Emma by his side
As part of World Prematurity Day on 17 November we asked premature parents to share their most standout moments while on the neonatal wards.