We believe every preemie deserves their best quality of life.

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PreeMe+You is a social benefit health startup working to improve premature infant health and developmental outcomes.

We create neonatal interaction and communication tools that positively shape parent-infant relationships and parent-medical team partnerships for improving long-term health and quality of life outcomes for preemies and their families.

Our mission is to improve long-term health and quality of life outcomes for preemies and their families through the creation, implementation, and research of neonatal interaction and mobile communication technologies.

PreeMe+You Hands On App

We carefully craft social and mobile technologies to jumpstart and foster communication and interactions that are essential for premature infant health and development – never to replace them.

Impact

By helping parents and preemies grow and thrive together, our PreeMe+You health tools and pathways do the following to maximize each preemie’s quality of life:

INTERACT + EMPOWER

Feel confident and comfortable communicating with your medical team about your baby, understanding and using NICU medical language as you need.

GROW + PLAY

Locate and track your baby’s essential biomarkers and medical trajectory in real time. Learn how your medical team is caring for your baby and receive information that is just right for your baby’s development.

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GUIDE + SUPPORT

Build positive routines and rituals to care for your baby and yourself.  Learn self care activities you can rely on when life gets stressful.

CONNECT + SHARE

Join a caring community of fellow preemie parents and professionals who are eager to share in your journey.

Tree Rings of PreeMe Development

There is not a parent who can ever adequately prepare for prematurity.

Guide + Support

Loving Kindness

Loving Kindness

As parents of a premature baby, this is a way to directly address a basic fear that almost all parents carry while they have their baby in the NICU, the fear that “something will go wrong”. Fear can be present in lesser or greater degrees, arise unexpectedly,...

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