Hi ! Our names are Hannah, Ethan, and Paul Morris, We are triplets that were born at JSUMC in April of 2004. We were very lucky that we made it to 35 weeks. Our parents and Us are very grateful for the care we received when we were born. Hannah got to go home with Read more about B’nai Mitzvah Project to Donate The Zakys to Jersey Shore University Medical Center[…]
Below are some photos of me and my husband with our son Finn in his Kangaroo Zak. My sister purchased one for us after our son was born so that we could hold him more comfortably. Finn only weighed 650 grams at birth so picking him up was a scary experience the first time. The Read more about Nurturing Finn with the Kangaroo Zak – Boulder, Colorado, USA[…]
“Yamile Jackson thank you so much for this wonderful creation! You helped us more than you realize through our son’s NICU journey with the Zaky. Keira Sorrell, from Zoe’s Foundation, was wonderful enough to connect you and I when we first entered the NICU, and you were kind enough to send us training videos and Read more about Vanessa Alley nurtured her baby with The Zaky in the NICU[…]
We’ve grown up with The Zaky! Our daughter has come to rely on The Zaky both inside and outside the hospital. Cameron has had six hospital stays since birth and The Zaky has been by her side each time. She sleeps with her pair of The Zakys every night and we always bring them with us when traveling. Her The Zakys are so important they have been dubbed her “Nigh Nigh hands” and have earned a note in Cameron’s baby book: I had the The Zaky Hands (lime color) to help me get to sleep every naptime and night.
“My boys, Henry and Chuck, were born unexpectedly at 24+1 weeks and 24+2 weeks at Children’s Memorial Hermann Hospital in Houston, TX. Henry weighed 1 lb 5 oz and Chuck weighed 1 lb 8 oz. One of our amazing primary nurses told us right away about The Zaky and we ordered them each a pair. Read more about Nurturing Henry and Chuck, from Houston, TX[…]
By their mom, Elizabeth M On July 1, 2014 my husband and I welcomed twin boys into this world at 25 weeks gestation. They were about as small as babies can be with doctors still offering hope of survival. Ford weighed 1 lb 8 oz and Whit weighed 1 lb 12 oz. As you can Read more about Nurturing Whit and Ford[…]
“The final-year students from the Department of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, University Pretoria, South Africa, are involved in the KMC unit of Kalafong Hospital. This year, there are 61 students (33 Audiology and 28 Speech-Language Therapy) participating in rotating groups. The KMC unit was started in 1999 and serves mothers of prematurely born infants from the surrounding urban, semi-urban, Read more about Audiology and Speech-Language Therapy student training in a KMC unit[…]