Here’s what we are doing to support you virtually!

Life in the NICU can feel unimaginable at the best of times and we recognize the current situation adds an extra layer of worry for all preemie families.  Although units have suspended in person patient and peer support, you are not alone!


Download here our informative poster with all our currently virtual programs .

Led by trained peer support facilitators from across the country, is a safe place to go for evidence-based information, peer support and connection 24/7.  

Led by Perinatal Mental Health Specialist. 

Veteran Preemie Parent Kate Robson meets virtually every Wednesday at 1pm EST - on our Facebook Group

Feature top NICU researchers, specialists and experts from across Canada.

Every Friday at 1pm EST - Facebook Page & Youtube 

If you miss a session click here to find the full list of episodes.

Provides virtual mental health help for the parents of Premature Babies.  Short-term support from mental health professionals.

We are with you every step of the way!

Here is a list of trusted education and information resources to support you during Covid-19

COVID-19 Useful Links

General information - Canada

Caring for your baby in the NICU during the Pandemic


The Hospital For Sick Children


Milk Banks

Canadian Pediatric Society

Delivery room considerations for infants born to mothers with suspected or proven COVID-19


NICU care for infants born to mothers with suspected or proven COVID-19


Breastfeeding when mothers have suspected or proven COVID-19

World Health Organization


Global Alliance for Newborn Care

Zero Separation Campaign

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Restoring Harmony Program

A virtual music therapy group for parents who have experienced the NICU

COVID-19 has created increased stress for everyone, but especially for parents of NICU babies and graduates. This free six-week pilot tele-therapy group for residents of Ontario will focus on coping skills, developing resilience, and using music in our lives to help us feel better. It will be led by Cheryl-Lee Campbell, who is a Registered Psychotherapist (Qualifying) and an accredited Music Therapist (MTA).

This program is:

-        Free for parents

-        Open to Ontario residents only

-        For parents of up to 2 years’ post-discharge from the NICU

-        Secure video platform.


You can learn more about Cheryl-Lee here.

Application – Restoring Harmony Program 

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