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Thinking Out-CIID the Box!
As has been said, “infertility is no one’s national emergency” and funding opportunities are few and fiercely competitive. But all of you know how personal and painful infertility can be and you know how important it is to support one another. We know many of you are counting pennies to pay for treatment and we want you to know we value small contributions as well as larger ones. We have a monthly giving plan to help spread the payments over the year. INCIID is asking you to find a way to financially support our organization with the same enthusiasm you bring to supporting one another.
The From INCIID the Heart Fund
This program is the first and only national scholarship for those with medical and financial need for IVF treatment. It's a way to help those without insurance cover their IVF.
Child Care: Resources
A variety of resources for child care and/or articles that will help you make the decision when or if you should return to work.
Consumer Product Safety for Parents
About 31,000 children, 4 years old and younger, were treated in U.S. hospital emergency rooms for injuries at child care/school settings in 1997. CPSC is aware of at least 56 children who have died in child care settings since 1990.
From INCIID the Heart: Video of the first baby born through our IVF scholarship program
On Monday October 31, 2005, the first "From INCIID the Heart" baby was born to the first couple to get pregnant from this scholarship. This video clip is dedicated to all who struggle with infertility and pregnancy loss. Warning: this is both video and audio. You'll Windows Media Player and a box of tissues to view it.
NICU Support and Moderated Forums
Visit our NICU support and moderated forums to find the information and support you need.
General Car Seat Guidlines
General Child Safety Seat Information
Children First: Making the Paradigm Shift from Infertility to Adoption By Patricia Irwin Johnston, MS
Making the adjustment from medical procedures to adoption is complex. Pat Johnston loans her expertise to what those who want to adopt after infertility need to know in order to be successful