What We Do
PIPA is passionate about providing understanding, support, information, encouragement, and friendship to parents of preterm infants. Only a prem parent can really understand what another prem parent is going through. The emotions, the fears, and joys of being a prem parent. All our volunteers have experienced firsthand what it means to be a parent to a baby born too soon or sick. So, they know what you are going through and are there to share. You don’t need to do it alone.
If contacting a PIPA volunteer or attending a parent support group is not your thing don’t worry. We have lots of information that you may find useful. Helping parents to get through the roller coaster ride of having and raising a prem is what we are all about and doing in the way that suits you is our goal
Visit parents at Queensland hospital’s maternity wards or neonatal nurseries on request.
Parent Support meeting at the nurseries and in the community
New prem parent gift and information packs.
Parent help and information line.
Articles about prematurity
Network of regional contacts
Facebook pages – www.facebook.com/PIPAssociation and www.facebook.com/WorldPrematurityDayAustralia
Community education and promotion of World Prematurity Day
Annual Brisbane “Prems in the Park” Family picnic
Advocating for and representing the interests of parents through its consumer representative work with Queensland Health and hospital-based committees and working parties
Support and participate in research
Welcome to Preterm Infants Parents Association
Bringing Hope to parents of tiny miracles
Our Charity helps raise funds through various programs and initiatives, and we’d love for you to get involved with Preterm Infants Parents Association. We depend on your support in order to improve lives and make the world a better place for generations to come. Join us today to learn all about volunteering and donating options.
It Starts With the Will to Make a Difference
Support in times when you really need it during and post hospital journey.
From experienced parents who have also been there.
Parents helping parents.
Help where its needed most during you NICU journey whilst in the Hospital
Community and Parent Support
Events and functions to help you engage with other parents and raise awareness
“Kindness is the language which the deaf can hear and the blind can see”
The Preterm Infants’ Parents’ Association Inc or PIPA
By Mail: PIPA, PO Box 400, RBH Post Office, Qld 4029
By Phone: 1300 Prem Parent (1300 773 672)
By Email: firstname.lastname@example.org