NEC Family Advocates

NEC Advocates are loved ones of infants impacted by NEC who are eager to help protect other babies from this devastating disease. If you’d like to become an NEC Advocate, please join us

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NEC Advocates:

  • care deeply about NEC
  • speak up to protect premature infants
  • advocate for change in coordination with the NEC Society, which may include outreach to stakeholders and hospitals
  • are team players, who strategize, give and receive feedback, and implement plans of action to help reduce the incidence of necrotizing enterocolitis in premature infants

We hold monthly NEC Advocate calls, please join us! Then click here for call schedule.

If you are already involved with the NEC Society and want to take your commitment to the next level, consider joining our Leadership Committee. We need your help to bring the NEC Society’s vision to fruition!

10 Comments on “NEC Family Advocates

  1. I would like to be a NEC activist for New Hampshire. Please keep me posted. So happy to see this site!

  2. Thanks for posting the link about becoming a NEC Activist. I’d like information about become an Activist in Indiana.

  3. Hi.
    My family and I live in Alabama. My son was born at 39 weeks. At 8 days old he was diagnosed with NEC. We had never heard of NEC until this happened to our sweet boy. His doctors had never taken care of a full term NEC baby either. Easton, my son will be three in July. We would love to help spred any information we can.
    Thanks,
    Jillian

  4. My husband and I would love to become activists in Houston TX after loosing our son to NEC on 9/15/14

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