Video - Leaflet 3: Touch
Teaching video on touch for parents in neonatal units.
Video - Leaflet 6: Calming methods
Teaching video on calming methods for parents in neonatal units.
Video - Leaflet 5: Swaddling
Teaching video on swaddling for parents in neonatal units.
Video - Leaflet 7: Holding
Teaching video on holding for parents in neonatal units.
Video - Leaflet 4: Changing diapers
Teaching video on changing diaper for parents in neonatal units.
Being a parent at the neonatal unit - Leaflet 10: Massage - French version
Massage is a great way to establish special contact with your baby. In addition to being a source of comfort and relief, massage helps your baby to feel the different parts of his/her body.
Being a parent at the neonatal unit - Leaflet 9: Positionning - French version
The therapeutic positioning in neonatal unit reproduces the position of the baby in the mother's womb, thus the physiological position.
Being a parent at the neonatal unit - Leaflet 8: Transfer - French version
Transfers correspond to the times when you lift, move and change your baby’s position in his/her incubator or in his/her crib. Due to the immaturity of their sense of balance, premature babies are generally less tolerant of changes in position.
Being a parent at the neonatal unit – Leaflet 7: Holding/Carrying – French version
The holding/carrying refers to the moment when you hold/carry your baby in your arms. It is also used for kangaroo care when rocking and/or when transferring your baby to different positions.
Being a parent at the neonatal unit - Leaflet 6: Soothing methods - French version
In the mother's womb, the baby is in the fetal position and is bathed in the amniotic fluid. He can exercise to suck and grip his umbilical cord, behaviors to be repeated in neonatal unit.