Nurture Information Hub

Nurture 'E' - The EEE Impact. Evidence, Education, Empowerment.

Miracle Babies Nurture Information Hub is designed to assist you and your family through different life stages of your growing and developing child beyond the baby, infant and toddler years. Nurture E - The EEE Impact has been created in collaboration with parents and health professionals to provide you with Evidence, Education and Empowerment.  

Our aim through this initiative is to leave you feeling confident and empowered to better advocate and assist your child during these exciting and vital development years. Our continued commitment to miracle families is to fulfill our mission and continue to strive for better, healthier outcomes for newborns and their families challenged by prematurity and sickness.' 

Confirmation Content

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Pregnancy

We are here to help you navigate the journey of having a high risk pregnancy and the  many emotions that come with the experience.

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In Hospital

Support for families of premature or sick babies, to offer guidance, confidence and strength as you navigate the hospital journey ahead.

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Going Home

Discharge from the hospital can bring a range of emotions for you as parents. It could be celebration and fear all rolled in together.

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Primary School Years

Starting school and the primary school years can be challenging yet rewarding. This information is to support you through the primary years ahead.

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High School Years

Aimed to support families, and those born premature or sick, through the emotional and challenging teenage years.

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Adulthood

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Family Stories

Miracle families share their personal journey and experience of having their baby in NICU or Special Care Nursery. 

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Research

There is an underlying understanding that the care we receive today is available as a result of others taking part in previous research.

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Find a Hospital

There are 23 tertiary hospitals across Australia that have NICU level of care for our smallest and sickest babies.