We know that you are the most important person in your NICU graduate’s life, and that you will have the greatest impact on your baby’s development. The NICU Follow-up Program cares about how you and your baby grow together.
After going home from the NICU, your baby is at high risk for developmental problems and we believe that he/she deserves the best possible follow-up program. When we identify developmental needs as early as possible, we can provide the services and family support needed to make a lasting difference.
Our team includes medical and developmental specialists who work with your pediatrician and other community providers. We carefully evaluate your baby and family’s needs at regular intervals in the first three years using the newest and best tools available.
Together, we can make the journey toward your child’s best developmental outcome.
Scheduling an Appointment
We will help you set up your baby’s appointment before you go home from the hospital. Your baby’s NICU case manager will schedule a convenient appointment for you.
If you and your baby received NICU care at a different hospital, we can also help. Please call us to set up your appointment at (614) 722-4572.
If you have concerns about transportation to the clinic, let the case manager and the clinic staff know. We want to help you and your baby make it to this very important visit.
Our NICU Follow-up Programs Team
We are an interdisciplinary team that addresses the medical, nutritional, neurological, developmental and social needs of patients in a single location. Our staff has extensive experience in caring for high-risk and premature infants.
Our neonatal team includes:
Certified Nurse Practitioner
Physical Therapists (PT)
Occupational Therapists (OT)
Sounds of Love Research-Based Music Therapy Class
Sounds of Love in Early Childhood is a research-based music therapy class, led by certified music therapists, to aid your baby’s growth and development. During music and play activities, parents learn new ways to help their babies grow. For families of NICU babies, it’s especially important that parents and babies have a chance to “catch up” on early building blocks of development. Classes are tailored to meet each child’s developmental needs.
Sounds of Love in Early Childhood meets on Wednesday mornings for 45 minutes for six weeks. Download our brochure
for more information.
May 11 – June 15
June 22 – July 27
August 3 – September 7
September 14 – October 19