Prematurity can feel like a lonely experience for both a preemie baby and their family. Restricted neonatal access intensified by the current pandemic has meant that feeling of separation has been even greater, leaving parents feeling isolated, impacting their mental health and affecting their ability to bond with their baby during this precious time.
Together with leading prematurity charity Bliss and in-hospital technology partner vCreate, Pampers is working to ensure premature babies and their families are supported; from the donation of the world’s smallest nappies that provide comfort and protection to the most fragile babies, to better access to technology and resources to support parents in the care of their premature baby.
Watch our video to see how Pampers are supporting premature babies and their families, to ensure they have all the comfort and support they need.
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Help Pampers help premature babies
At three sizes smaller than a regular newborn nappy, Pampers Preemie Protection are specifically designed for premature babies weighing less than 1.8lb (800g). Over the years, we have donated hundreds of thousands of these nappies to premature babies via UK hospitals, and we want to make sure that Pampers Preemie Protection nappies are accessible for every premature baby in the UK.
If your hospital would like to order Pampers Preemie Protection nappies please email the Pampers team at email@example.com
Bliss is the UK’s leading charity for babies born premature or sick, and champions the right for every single one of them to receive the best care. Bliss works by: • empowering families • influencing policy and practice • enabling life-changing research Pampers works in partnership with Bliss to ensure support is there when you need it.
vCreate is an NHS Trusted Secure Video Messaging service that allows clinical teams in Neonatal and Paediatric Units to send video updates to parents for those times when they're unable to be with their child. Their unique sponsor-based funding model means the service is free to Units and parents.
Pampers works in partnership with vCreate to help parents of premature babies stay better connected through funding initiatives.