Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic - Sunnybrook
15250
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Who we are

In the Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic, we provide assessment of your baby’s physical, motor and cognitive development, with referral to community services and specialized professional consultation.

We will schedule visits for infants with birth weights less than 1500 grams who were born at less than 30 weeks gestation. We’ll also schedule visits with those infants who were very ill during their stay in the NICU.

Meet our team

Paige Church

Paige Terrien Church

Neonatologist &
Developmental Behavioural Pediatrician;
Medical Director,
Neonatal Follow-Up Clinic

Rudaina

Rudaina Banihani, MD

Neonatologist &
Developmental Behavioural Pediatrician

Lesley Barreira

Lesley Barreira

Behaviour Analyst

Mallory Owen

Mallory Owen

Occupational Therapist

Maureen Luther

Maureen Luther

Pediatric Physiotherapist

Patricia Maddalena

Pediatric Nurse Practitioner

Rosanna

Rosanna Manarin

Registered Nurse

Marion DeLand

Patient Care Manager

Kate Robson

Kate Robson

Parent Coordinator

About this website

We’re striving to build a comprehensive digital resource that is available anytime, anywhere to support and empower your family.

Resources

Information and videos from our experts, recommended links, and more:

Parents

Children

Children

Health care professionals

Health Care Professionals

Your stories

We want to hear from you — what worked for your family after discharge from the NICU? Do you have strategies or advice you would like to share with other parents?

“I was unsettled and uneasy, with mixed emotions of joy and sadness.” ...

At the birth of their child, most parents are elated. My mom and dad were terrified. I weighed two pounds and two ounces. My parents were shocked and confused. They didn’t know babies could survive and develop well having been so small at birth. They......