The Premature Baby Charity for Northern Ireland

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Research – Premmie PAPAs Project

| Tue Jun 2020

Preemie PAPAs Project: RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY: The University of Queensland in Australia is seeking preemie DADS for the Preemie PAPAs Project! If you are the DAD of a preemie who is now 0-18 years old, please share your experiences to help understand the wellbeing and parenting experiences of fathers following preterm birth: https://exp.psy.uq.edu.au/preemiepapas. If you are interested […]

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Research Project – The FAB Study!

| Tue Jun 2020

RESEARCH OPPORTUNITY: The University of Queensland in Australia is seeking preemie PARENTS for the FAB Study! If you are the parent of a preemie who is now 0-18 years old, please share your experiences to help understand the factors that promote resilience to stress in family units following preterm birth: https://exp.psy.uq.edu.au/fab. If you are interested in […]

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Dowds Group Virtual 555 Challenge

| Tue Jun 2020

Congratulations to the 69 employees from Dowds Group who took part in their lock down 555 mile challenge, covering the distance between their Ballymoney, Belfast and London offices. Dowds employees were split into teams of 4, they raced to the finish line by walking, running or cycling. As the miles clocked up, so did the donations. This […]

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Longbridge Drinks Company supports TinyLife

| Thu May 2020

For the past few years TinyLife has enjoyed the support of the Longbridge Drinks Company, they had planned to support our Mother’s Day Afternoon Tea event in Parliament Buildings but sadly Covid 19 restrictions forced us to cancel the event.   However, big hearted Wayne spotted our appeal for support in the Sunday Life Newspaper and […]

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TinyLife Parent Advisory Group

| Wed Sep 2019

TinyLife wishes to recruit a team of parents who have had a premature baby or their baby has required special or intensive care at birth to set up a Regional Parent Advisory Group (PAG). What will the PAG do? Parents will help us to; Review our current services Develop new services; Have an input into research […]

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