Seeing your baby in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) can be a really a frightening experience for parents. At St. Luke's, there is a parent mentoring program to help parents through the process. It's all about parents being there for other parents, and it's working.
This week's Seven's Hero is about a local woman who decided to become a parent mentor after her daughter Tessa spent 56 days in the NICU. She was born with hydrocephalus, but over a year later - she's doing great!
Check out her special story:
For more information on joining a Hydrocephalus Support Group locally, you can email the Olsen family directly at:
They would love to hear from you!