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Parenting through Trauma: Q&A with Dr. LaTrice L. Dowtin

Parenting through Trauma: Q&A with Dr. LaTrice L. Dowtin

April 16th, 2024  | Care  | HIE Education  | News  | Resources  | Self Care  | Therapy

No matter its length, whether it’s a NICU stay, PICU stay, or hospitalization, the experience is often accompanied by trauma, and our HIE families want an anchor amidst the storm. In our recent conversation with Dr. Latrice L. Dowtin, Co-Chair of the National Network of NICU Psychologists, founder and clinician at PlayfulLeigh Psyched, and Hope for HIE Medical Advisory Board […]

Child Life Series: Family Advocacy

Child Life Series: Family Advocacy

April 14th, 2024  | Advocacy  | Child Life Resources  | News  | Resources

Advocacy is important; there’s no doubt about it. But let’s face it: putting it into action can be hard, especially when navigating the complexities of medical care. Between emotions running high, the need to digest large amounts of not-so-easy-to-understand information, and the pressure to make quick but responsible decisions, it’s totally normal to feel overwhelmed. Plus, add in the uncertainty, […]

2024 Super Sibs Spotlight

2024 Super Sibs Spotlight

April 10th, 2024  | Family Stories  | News

April 10th is National Siblings Day, and what better day than today to recognize Hope for HIE’s Super Sibs? What’s a Super Sib, you may ask? A sibling of a brother or sister with HIE across any outcome or impact. Sometimes, our Super Sibs can bear a significant load: they are asked to take on a lot, go forth with […]

AI & Family Education: Q&A with Dr. Eric Peeples

AI & Family Education: Q&A with Dr. Eric Peeples

April 9th, 2024  | Advocacy  | HIE Education  | News  | Resources

Between our phones, laptops, computers, and the myriad of other devices we use daily, it’s almost as if we have a virtual companion at our fingertips, ready to assist with any HIE-related questions or concerns, day or night. It’s natural to turn to digital tools for research and support, but here’s the catch: while AI offers convenience, it doesn’t always […]

HIE and Dystonia: Q&A with Dr. Laura Gilbert

HIE and Dystonia: Q&A with Dr. Laura Gilbert

April 5th, 2024  | Cerebral Palsy  | HIE Education  | News  | Resources

At Hope for HIE, we hold the providers who showcase their commitment and passion for research and improved clinical care practices for those impacted by HIE’s various outcomes near and dear to our hearts. So when Dr. Laura Gilbert, a pediatric neurologist at Lurie’s Children’s Hospital, teamed with us during Cerebral Palsy Awareness Month to shed light on a prevalent […]

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One of the ways many HIE families work through the trauma of their journey is sharing their story to help other families who will find us in their own HIE journey. We hope you’ll take a few minutes and share yours with us. We’ll publish it to our Family Stories blog!

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