Going Home
- When can my baby go home?
- Preparing for discharge
- Transporting baby home
- Who will help at home?
- Adjusting to life outside
- Baby's health at home
- Feeding at home
- Follow up care
- Contact Us

Adjusting to being at home

It is not unusual to feel anxious about coping at home, but with time your confidence will grow and you will be able to read your baby easily and know what he or she needs. Your baby may also take a little time getting used to a new environment.

The more involved you have been with your baby on the unit, the smoother this process will be. It is also easier to become confident with feeding, handling etc. whilst you are on the unit and have nursing and medical support available.

The most important things is - don't be afraid to ask as many questions as you wish!