Hospitals Need People To Cuddle Preemies & Babies Born Addicted To Drugs

Hospitals all over the country are looking for volunteers to cuddle preemies and babies born addicted to drugs

You can LEARN MORE about the cuddle program at Harbor-UCLA HERE

Children's Healthcare of Atlanta posted on Facebook:

They call him the ICU Grandpa. On Tuesdays, he visits the PICU to hold babies whose parents can’t be with them that day. On Thursdays, he makes rounds in the NICU.
This photo was taken by baby Logan’s mom as she fought back happy tears. Logan has been in our hospital for six weeks. Every night, his mom goes home to be with his big sister. Every morning, she drives back to Scottish Rite feeling “anxious that he’s been missing his mommy.” On this particular morning, she walked into the PICU to find Logan—a preemie born at just 25 weeks—in the arms of David, who smiled and introduced himself as the ICU Grandpa. This photo captures just one precious moment with a legend of a hospital volunteer who’s been holding patients, and their parents’ hands, for 12 years.

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