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Welcome to the new Preemies Today website
We are so excited about our new look! As you can see our home page now has easy access to events and blog posts. We have also updated many of our pages with new information to help you navigate the preemie journey. Please take a look around and let us know what you think!
Little Fighters Onesie
Support all the little fighters out there with this adorable onesie available from BabyFightGear. Available in blue or pink and newborn or preemie size for $18 + s/h. 100% of profits from this design go to Preemies Today. Orders are placed and shipped directly through BabyFightGear.Learn more
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Preemies Today is a 501c3 non-profit organization that supports families through the medical, emotional, financial, and social challenges of a premature birth to help ensure the best possible outcomes and futures for their children. Preemies Today helps families in the NICU and beyond and is based in the Washington, DC metropolitan area.
Preemies Today Events
Thu Dec 3, 2015, 7–9 pm ESTSupport for infant loss
Thu Dec 10, 2015, 11 am – noon ESTMonthly Preemie Playgroup
Speaker Sessions Announced! 2014 Navigating the Journey ConferencePreemies Today is excited to announce the preliminary schedule for the 2014 Navigating the Journey Conference. This year’s conference will take place on Sunday, November 16 at the Physicians Conference Center at Inova Fairfax Hospital in Falls Church, VA. (Please note …
Executive FunctionPreemies Today Board member and neuropsychologist, Dr. Ida Sue Baron, shares with us important questions and answers as they relate to Executive Function. Children who have born prematurely are at higher risk for deficits in Executive Function and these …