Angelcare Sound and Movement Monitors

Bringing a premature baby home after a long hospital stay is a relief in many ways. 

But it also brings with it newfound concerns and worries. Now that the hospital isn’t there, what do you do? For a lot of families, that simple question can be as daunting as their time at the hospital. 

The answer comes down to one simple statement: Take care of your baby. But sometimes, that’s a lot easier said than done.

For most parents, this involves a lot of sleepless nights spent worrying if their child will make it through to morning. One thing to remember is that the hospital will not send your baby home until they are 100 percent certain your premature loved one is ready. But even then, it can be difficult to make the transition from the hospital nursery to home. The nurses will teach you everything you need to know about looking after your child, and if you’re uncertain about anything, always ask the nurses, even if it’s as simple as not quite feeling ready to take on the responsibility on your own just yet.

Now the hard part begins. You’re at home. Your baby is at home. You’ve made all the preparations. You’ve read all the internet material you can get your hands on. But you’re still going to worry and it’s not without cause. Premature infants commonly have episodes of apnea or pauses in breathing that improve as they grow. That risk is a serious concern for any parent.

Walk With Wings not only understands that risk but are also dedicated to providing support and solutions to any parent who have a premature baby. If your child was born before 37 weeks gestation we offer AngelCare monitors free of charge for up to 3 months once the baby is released from hospital.

If you’re a concerned parent with a premature loved one, all you need to do is contact us to receive one of these life-saving monitors. No need for any long trips to retrieve one. ozworking.

These monitors are a step in giving you peace of mind that your baby is sleeping safely.