Through the Safe Sleep Going Home Program we provide wearable infant sleep sacs and safe sleep parent education materials for families in the Neonatal Intensive Care Unit (NICU). Hospital staff then provide the sleep sacs to families at discharge to reinforce safe sleep practices when families go home. The NICU staff may also make a request for a family for a Family Support Grant so that the family also has an infant crib.

Through the Safe Sleep Going Home program we also work with the NICU staff to facilitate referrals to the local public health nurses so that families can be connected to their local community resources and care coordination.

Primary Role of Program in Early Childhood Systems:

System Coordination

Service Area(s):

Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Jefferson

Population(s) Served:

Newborn, Infants, Families

Outcome-Based Activities The Program/Initiative Provides:

Family Support & Education

Family knowledge and capacity support children’s healthy development and learning
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Family Support & Education

Families, including those with high needs, experience timely and coordinated services and supports
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Health & Well-Being

Integrated and preventive maternal and child physical, behavioral and oral health services are available
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Health & Well-Being

All health care providers, including mental health, deliver coordinated, family focused care
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Program evaluates effectiveness of activities and services:


Organization Details:
Special Kids, Special Care, Inc.

6592 Club Villa Road
Parker, Colorado 80134

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ECLC Framework Matrix: Outcomes > access, quality and equity