Tiny Lives delivers first Corporate Neonatal Awareness Training Session
Tiny Lives is proud to have delivered their first Neonatal Awareness Training session to employees and leaders at Sunderland University.
The training, designed to educate businesses about the potential impact of Neonatal Care on their employees, was delivered via Teams to the Parent and Carers group at Sunderland University. Led by Tiny Lives staff Rachel Hardwick (Funding and Partnerships Officer) and Jacqui Adams (Projects Officer), the 35-minute training session covered:
- A basic overview of Neonates and Neonatal Care.
- The work of Tiny Lives and how the charity supports families.
- How an employer can support staff members whose baby needs Neonatal Care.
- A first-hand account from a parent who spent time on the Neonatal Unit.
- Laws and policies to be aware of.
- How a company can support Tiny Lives.
Rachel said: “We are delighted that the team at Sunderland University found the training so useful. At Tiny Lives we are dedicated to improving outcomes for families who experience Neonatal Care, and by educating local employers we hope to create a more supportive and understanding environment for these families.”
If your workplace may be interested in taking part in this free training session, please contact Rachel here.