The Mission of the Family Support Network. …to promote and provide support for families with children who have special needs, premature births, and chronic illness. FSN of Central Carolina. FSN of Mecklenburg County. FSN of Northeastern NC. FSN of the Crystal Coast.
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…to promote and provide support for families with children who have special needs,
and chronic illness.
FSN of Mecklenburg County
FSN of Northeastern NC
FSN of the Crystal Coast
FSN of Northern Piedmont
FSN of Eastern NC
FSN of Region A
FSN of the Foothills
FSN of the Sandhills
FSN of Greater Cape Fear Region
FSN of Southeastern NC
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FSN of Southern Piedmont
FSN of the High Country
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Ann Ramirez, Mission Hospital, Asheville.
58% (262 of 452) of the NICU beds in North Carolina are served by Family Support Network Programs.
Additional NICU’s have family support activities through programs such as March of Dimes and Smart Start.
Dr. Stephen Engelke, neonatologist, PCMH
encouragement given to me and my family. “
Dr. Paul Fairgay- Mission Hospital, Asheville
“Parents should be consistently involved on all committees--NICU- and Hospital-wide, which affect patient care; parent-to-parent matching needs to be organized; regular opportunities for parents of NICU grads to host lunches/dinners for current families; need greater diversity on the Family Advisory Board.”
FSN-NC State Office