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Featured Course: For the Love of Noah: A Parent Perspective on Navigating NICU Life and Early Development

“Such a strong and powerful interview that opens up a therapist’s eyes and heart to the challenges that a NICU family faces daily. Allowed me to empathize with the fear and feelings of helplessness that is a “normal” occurrence in the NICU.” – Kimberly Hamilton, OTR/L

“Such a touching first-hand experience from a NICU parent that really makes you think about all your interactions with family while treating in the NICU.” – Nicole Sass, PT, DPT


Course Title
For the Love of Noah: A Parent Perspective on Navigating NICU Life and Early Development

Amanda Proszek
Christy Gliniak OTR/L, CNT, NTMTC, CPXP

Course Description
This presentation explores a mother’s NICU journey and navigation of early intervention services. She reflects upon critical touchpoints and helpful parent resources. This course offers the neonatal professional insight into the psychosocial complexities of parenting a preterm child.

Target Audience
OT, SLP, PT, RN, and Neonatal professionals

CE Credit
1 hour PT, OT, SLP


$57 or FREE for Members


  1. Explain two ways to empower and engage family members during their NICU experience.
  2. Identify two difficult psychosocial outcomes that can occur in parents and/or NICU graduates following a preterm delivery.
  3. Describe two community resources available to families designed to support development or psychosocial needs following NICU discharge.

Instructional Method
Recorded webinar interview with handouts. Learning assessment and course evaluation follow course.

“I enjoyed learning about different resources that were helpful for a family in the NICU – specifically podcasts and APPs.” – Amy Florin, MOT, OTR/L

“Such a powerful story and adds weight to the impact a NICU stay has on infants and parents in the long term.” – Sara Hammond, OTR/L

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