Home Tips Booklet


The Home Tips pocketbook is part of a research project which explores ways to support parents and families within Neonatal care services.

To access your free copy of the booklet, please enter your name and email address and your reason for accessing the booklet today. You will then be sent a link to your download.

We are collecting this information to gauge the interest in the project from different groups. This will help us understand the reach and impact of the project. We will not use your contact details for anything else after sending you your copy of Home Tips.

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    If you’d like to know more about the research project – read on.

    Project Aim: The overall aim of the promoting positive discharge project is to identify ways to support positive transitions from Newcastle Neonatal unit to home, for neonatal infants and their families. Families with lived-experience of neonatal services worked with us to shape a range of improvements including the Home Tips pocketbook. The project is funded by the Tiny Lives Trust and is a collaboration between families, Newcastle Neonatal Service staff and Northumbria University’s Design School. For further information on the project you can send your questions to info@tinylives.org.uk

    If you are a professional involved in neonatal care, and would like to use these resources in your own setting – that should be possible. Please contact a member of the project team to see how we can help, we’d be pleased to hear from you 🙂

    Jacqui Adams – Project Lead at Tiny Lives Trust: jacqui.adams@tinylives.org.uk

    Claire Marcroft – Neonatal Physiotherapist, Newcastle-upon-Tyne Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust: c.marcroft@nhs.net

    Matthew Lievesley – Assoc. Prof. in Design, Northumbria University matthew.lievesley@northumbria.ac.uk