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November 23, 2017

Lauren's Hope Donates a Fence to keep a Little Girl Safe

Why a simple fence is making a local family so thankful.  For the Munro family of five, its nothing short of life changing.

January 08, 2013

Hypothermia Program Implemented at Lehigh Valley Health Network

The Neonatal Hypothermia Therapy Program dedicated in memory of Lauren's Hope Foundation.

May 31, 2011

Taking the Initiative with President, Ann Flood and Chief Neonatologist, Dr. Lorraine Dickey

Ann Flood, President of Lauren's Hope Foundation and Dr. Lorraine Dickey, Chief Neonatologist of Lehigh Valley Health Network talk about the development of the hypothermia for neuroprotection program and their partnership to bring better care with a patient and family centered focus for babies born with brain injuries

February 14, 2013

Lauren's Hope Foundation buys equipment That Will Help Brain-Injured Babies


February 16, 2013

Child's Death Inspires Mother to Help Brain-injured Babies

Ann Flood woke up shortly after 8 a.m. to the beep of the feeding tube machine in her daughter's room.

Sun rays bounced off the glistening ice outside and through her window as Ann rose, invigorated. She could not remember the last time she had slept so much and so well. Definitely not since Lauren's birth four years earlier. The silence that had enabled the Wind Gap mother to have a restful sleep also hid a tragic truth...

By Milton D. Carrero, The Morning Call

February 01, 2013

Making a Difference.....

Long ago, alchemists struggled mightily to crack the secret of turning lead into gold. Of course, they never succeeded.

You might consider Ann Flood to be a modern-day alchemist – but a successful one. She has taken a gut-wrenching loss – the untimely death of Lauren, her four-year-old daughter – and created from it Lauren’s Hope Foundation, Inc.

Written by Marketplace; by Fredrick Jerant

February 16, 2013

Child's death inspires mother to help brain-injured babies

After tragedy, Wind Gap family formed a nonprofit that changed the life of a newborn

By Milton D. Carrero, Of The Morning Call

May 01, 2013

Giving Hope A Chance

Article written in the Lehigh Valley Healthcare Networks Magazine

May 01, 2013

How Cool Cap Therapy Changed NICU Care

Magnet Attractions article about how the donation of cool caps and aEEG machines to the NICU from Lauren's Hope Foundation is changing the care now available to babies born with brain injuries.

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