Hope is being able to see that there is light despite all of the darkness"

Desmund Tutu



We welcome all medical professionals and past NICU Moms to help us share knowledge remotely with High Risk Patients and NICU Moms utilizing Instructional design.  Help us, help them become Patient Advocates for themselves and their child(ren)  

Application Process:

1.  Subscribe to Email List 

2.  Request to Give Support  

3. Select Topic below

4.  Share a link so we can learn more about your expertise

5.  Receive a Digital Document from MomsCo & Screen Record your

training course (Max 10 minutes)

6.  Email your Presentation to us and it will be stored in our Resource Library  



We could all use a pick-me-up every once in a while, so we're going to pour it on thick today. You’re so awesome even Beyoncé is jealous, your smile lights up any room you walk into, PLUS you’re a great dancer! Seriously… Could you BE any cooler?!  We hope this brightened your day, Mama… to request access to our library please submit a request above.  Wish to be matched to a mentor mama who has been through this before, drop a request above for support and we'll find you a match.  You are not alone!


Support Topics

Some things are just too good to be kept to yourself, right? That’s how we feel about positive virtual messages and educational courses for High Risk Pregnancy Patients and NICU Mothers past and present. It's meant to be shared. So here we are... requesting them from YOU!

Below a list of some course options to create for our resource library.  When you apply and select a topic, we'll provide the resources you need (lesson plan, outline, powerpoint slide deck template, pre and post survey, and instructions for how to screen record) to make it easiest for you to volunteer your time and design learning that's more appealing, effective, and efficient for these mothers in extremely stressful environments.

Sample Courses

  • Preterm Labor Medications

  • Provide a NICU Tour 

  • The NICU Levels & Support Provided at each Level

    • Level I: Well newborn nursery

    • Level II: Special care nursery

    • Level III: Neonatal intensive care unit (NICU)

    • Level IV: Regional neonatal intensive-care unit (Regional NICU)

  • Is NICU covered by insurance

  • Why are NICU Babies given caffeine

  • How to know when you'll be discharged

  • What is the NICU car seat challenge?

  • What are Spells

  • What is Incompetent Cervix

  • Words of Encouragement