the torch Fall 2016, Issue 3 - Page 7

Your gift to a child gives a gift of hope. "We want to be the first hospital to offer a NICU FEES continuing education course for national and international specialists who want to train and learn how to set up a program like this in their own hospital." Proceeds from Brenda West Cockerell’s children’s book In Grandma’s Garden help fund breast cancer research at Baylor Scott & White Health – North Texas. To purchase a copy of the book, visit – Jenny Reynolds, neotatal speech and language pathologist national and international specialists Research in this area is important who want to train and learn how to because Baylor was the first hospital,” Jenny said. “We’ll have setting. This research was published set up a program like this in their own space to actually do those courses in the clinic. We’re working on the construction plans right now.” institution to study FEES in the NICU in a scholarly journal and presented at several conferences in the U.S. This has led to an interest from other hospitals all over the world. For more information on how you can support Women’s and Children’s initiatives, contact Melissa Dalton at 214.820.2705 or [email protected] 7