Our Impact

Find out how charitable funds have been used to improve life on the neonatal unit

Our Impact

Find out how charitable funds have been used to improve life on the neonatal unit

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Peer to peer support

Get involved

We’d love you to join our community of supporters and help us in any way you can…
Stay in touch
Fundraise for us
Crochet octopuses
Peer to peer support

Our projects

Find out more about theΒ types of projects we are currently fundraising for

Our projects

Find out more about theΒ types of projects we are currently fundraising for
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Our latest news

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In just under a week, neonatal graduate Freddie will be swimming, cycling and running his way through the Superhero triathlon in Windsor. Superhero Freddie is just six years old and is raising funds for Early Lives in thanks for the care he received on our neonatal unit when he was born πŸŠβ€β™‚οΈπŸš΄β€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈ
Read Freddie's (and his amazing mum Charlotte's) story here:
www.justgiving.com/fundraising/SuperFreddie
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We'd like every parent who arrives on the neonatal unit to receive a small pack of little extras which make their time there a bit easier.

Give us your ideas - what would have been helpful for you during your baby's stay on the unit? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
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A massive thank you to Rebecca and Lauren for training and fundraising for us. Rebecca had a son on our neonatal unit for over 8 weeks and decided to run this weekend's ASICS 10k to thank the team for their medical care and support. When she picked up an injury in training a few weeks ago, her lovely friend Lauren stepped in to run the race on her behalf. Read their story here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Rebecca-Jakob #FriendsWillBeFriends #StandInHero ... See MoreSee Less

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Meet the team!

Bronwen Shuttleworth is infection control nurse in our neonatal unit.

"Infection control is critical on the neonatal unit and, as a senior nurse, I’m ideally placed to oversee it. You have tiny, premature babies with a very limited immune response, lots of staff and parents passing through and huge amounts of complicated equipment to be kept scrupulously clean. Babies do everything in their incubators, sleep, have nappy changes and receive feeds - and these could result in their incubator becoming an infection control risk. I’m blessed to work with a team that’s so experienced in managing such complex patients and I love the way that I can use my skills to ensure the very safest care."
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This week, we reached out to over 500 former families to invite them to keep in touch with the UCLH neonatal unit via Early Lives... If you'd like to be added to our email list to receive our newsletter and other info by email, please complete and return this form πŸ‘‡

We'd love more likes and follows on this page too. Please help us spread the word and share this post with any former families who might want to stay in touch! πŸ’•

Thank you πŸ™
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Our latest news

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In just under a week, neonatal graduate Freddie will be swimming, cycling and running his way through the Superhero triathlon in Windsor. Superhero Freddie is just six years old and is raising funds for Early Lives in thanks for the care he received on our neonatal unit when he was born πŸŠβ€β™‚οΈπŸš΄β€β™‚οΈπŸƒβ€β™‚οΈπŸ¦Έβ€β™‚οΈ
Read Freddie's (and his amazing mum Charlotte's) story here:
www.justgiving.com/fundraising/SuperFreddie
... See MoreSee Less

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We'd like every parent who arrives on the neonatal unit to receive a small pack of little extras which make their time there a bit easier.

Give us your ideas - what would have been helpful for you during your baby's stay on the unit? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”
... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

A massive thank you to Rebecca and Lauren for training and fundraising for us. Rebecca had a son on our neonatal unit for over 8 weeks and decided to run this weekend's ASICS 10k to thank the team for their medical care and support. When she picked up an injury in training a few weeks ago, her lovely friend Lauren stepped in to run the race on her behalf. Read their story here: www.justgiving.com/fundraising/Rebecca-Jakob #FriendsWillBeFriends #StandInHero ... See MoreSee Less

View on Facebook

Meet the team!

Bronwen Shuttleworth is infection control nurse in our neonatal unit.

"Infection control is critical on the neonatal unit and, as a senior nurse, I’m ideally placed to oversee it. You have tiny, premature babies with a very limited immune response, lots of staff and parents passing through and huge amounts of complicated equipment to be kept scrupulously clean. Babies do everything in their incubators, sleep, have nappy changes and receive feeds - and these could result in their incubator becoming an infection control risk. I’m blessed to work with a team that’s so experienced in managing such complex patients and I love the way that I can use my skills to ensure the very safest care."
... See MoreSee Less

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This week, we reached out to over 500 former families to invite them to keep in touch with the UCLH neonatal unit via Early Lives... If you'd like to be added to our email list to receive our newsletter and other info by email, please complete and return this form πŸ‘‡

We'd love more likes and follows on this page too. Please help us spread the word and share this post with any former families who might want to stay in touch! πŸ’•

Thank you πŸ™
... See MoreSee Less

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