Our Impact

Miracle Baby of the Month

Miracle Baby Nora

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March 2020 Meet Miracle Baby Nora! Nora and her twin sister Amelia were unexpectedly born at 23 weeks and 4 days on February 8, 2017. Nora weighed 1 lb. 5…

Miracle Baby David

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February 2020 Meet Miracle Baby David! David and his twin were born 8/23/19 at 35 weeks. His twin went home a few days after birth, but David was diagnosed with…

Miracle Babies Elena, Evelyn & Ezekiel

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January 2020 Meet Miracle Babies Elena, Evelyn and Ezekiel. Miracle Mom Vanessa says of her time in the hospital with her babies, "Theres nothing that can prepare you for the…

Our Impact In The News

COVID-19 Help

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Miracle Babies founder, Dr. Sean Daneshmand, speaks to San Diego County about options to help during the COVID-19 pandemic.

CNN Hero

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Miracle Babies founder, Dr. Sean Daneshmand, speaks to CNN about the importance of parents being with their critically ill newborn(s) in the hospital.

Mended Little Hearts

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Miracle Babies was happy to host the June meeting of Mended Little Hearts. Mended Little Hearts is a nationwide organization for parents, caregivers and families of children with heart defects/disease.…

Thanks to Our Generous Supporters

Over the last 12 months…

644

families have received direct financial assistance (ended in 2019)

2500

Miracle Babies Care Packages were delivered to 14 local hospitals

750

NICU parents have participated in Miracle Hours

Did You Know?

The use of NICUs has increased to address the rising numbers of premature babies and multiple births. The U.S. has one of the highest pre-term birth rates in the world.

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In the face of this growing predicament, Miracle Babies provides beneficial support to San Diego families, enabling them to spend more time in the NICU. The positive impacts are innumerable and indelible. According to a 2014 study in Biological Psychiatry, the benefit that premature infants gain from skin-to-skin contact with their mothers is measurable even 10 years after their birth.

Moms who spend time in the NICU are more likely to breastfeed, a practice with well-documented and enduring advantages. Even a parents voice or scent can impact a baby in a positive way. Together, our programs can reduce babies recovery time, save hospitalization costs and improve long-term health outcomes.

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