601.345.1772 [email protected]

Recognizing the educational and support needs of perinatal providers, family advocates, and parent leadersPreemie Parent Alliance has partnered with the National Perinatal Association’s (NPA) Family Advocacy Network to host a series of webinars.

PPA + FAN Webinar Series

Access to the webinars is complimentary for Members as part of your membership benefits. Non-members can join in the live presentations and view recorded versions for a $20 fee. 

 

Members can reach the all-access webinar library through MemberCONNECT.

We’re offering free, on-demand access to the following webinars in our collaborative series. 

Caring for the Caregiver: Self Care for Peer Mentors

NICU psychologist and developmental specialist, Cheryl Milford, has been at the leading edge of perinatal caregiving for the last 30 years. Hear her perspective on how we can best address our unique needs as parent leaders and peer mentors....

Is Baby Friendly Family Friendly?

Presented by Sara Mosher, RN, BSN, MHA of Patient+Family Care where we discussed how the Baby Friendly Hospital Initiative and upcoming guidance for NICUs impact perinatal care practices and affect the quality of care and support given to NICU babies and their...

Understanding the Basic Components of Trauma Informed Care

Preemie Parent Alliance and National Perinatal Association's Family Advocacy Network's first collaborative webinar "Understanding the Basic Components of Trauma-Informed Care" was presented by PPA member, Kara Wahlin, MFT, preemie mom and...

Non-Member Webinar Library Access

Supporting Families & Legal Liabilities: Protecting Your Organization

Supporting Families & Legal Liabilities: Protecting Your Organization Supporting Families & Legal Liabilities: Protecting Your Organization, was hosted by an expert panel of attorneys, Lisa Moore of The Moore Firm and Erin Whaley from Troutman...

Prematurity Awareness Author Panel

Prematurity Awareness Author Panel Features a unique panel discussion with authors Jennifer Degl, Ali Dunn, Dr. Sue Hall, Andy Male, and Jennifer Hentz Moyer. Each author has transformed their personal experiences into literary works providing...

Helping NICU Moms

Helping NICU Moms Discover Their Magic As NICU Parent Leaders who have walked this path, we can share our journeys and guide moms on theirs, equipping NICU mothers with skills and tools that enable them not just to survive the NICU, but thrive...

Voices of Prematurity

A special presentation in honor of Mother’s Day and Parents of Preemies Day. You’ll hear from Deb Discenza of Preemie World, Jennifer Driscoll of Lily’s Hope Foundation, Jenne Johns of Once Upon A Preemie, and Stacey Porter of The Tangerine Owl...

Healthcare Disparities in the NICU

Understanding Health & Healthcare Disparities in the NICU Dr. JaNeen Cross discusses health and healthcare disparities that exist in the NICU. Special focus will be placed on socioeconomic, sociocultural, and geographical factors that influence access and availability...

Our second webinar was A Roadmap for Improving Your NICUwhere Sue Hall, MD & Kristy Love, a parent support program leader,  illustrated how to use the NPA’s Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents to effectively advocate for change at your hospital.  Unfortunately, Due to unforeseen circumstances, this webinar was not recorded. Please click on the link below to view information on NPA’s Interdisciplinary Recommendations for Psychosocial Support of NICU Parents.

Subscribe for details on future webinars hosted by PPA & NPA

The Preemie Parent Alliance hosts a quarterly webinar series in partnership with the National Perinatal Association (NPA). Subscribe to receive information about future webinars in our collaborative series.


By submitting this form, you are consenting to receive marketing emails from: Preemie Parent Alliance, 1888 Main St, Madison, MS, 39110, http://www.preemieparentalliance.org. You can revoke your consent to receive emails at any time by using the SafeUnsubscribe® link, found at the bottom of every email. Emails are serviced by Constant Contact