Sophie had a huge delay in hear development and communication for the first 7 months of her life.
She was unable to use any energy to thrive as she should have been, due to using all her energy to breath.
Since having the tracheostomy and attending Zoe’s Place, she has thrived, both with communication and development.
She is now able to sit unattended and communicate using hands and various noises.
She loves her days at the hospice mixing with the other children and the staff there have made her feel like it’s a second home.
We as a family really appreciate the time the staff at Zoe’s have taken to help with Sophie’s life skills whilst she is there.
With us having a new baby and Sophie having her health issues, we really benefit from her admissions giving us a quality time with our eldest son as well.
23rd May, 2023
Zoe’s Place Coventry backed by Mayors civic appeal
New Mayor, Councillor Martin Walsh of Nuneaton and Bedworth’s has thrown his civic weight behind Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice’s bid to go back to 24/7 care. Following the pandemic, and…
6th May, 2022
The Boundary 500 motorcycle ride earns over £25,000 for Zoe’s Place
5th December, 2023
Gift a Precious Moment this Christmas
The festive season is upon is, and with that in mind, we were hoping you could help us out a little. This Christmas, we’d like you to gift a precious…
4th December, 2023
Big Give Donation helps us reach our £45,000 target
Recently , we spoke to Mike Lee, who’s daughter Amelia (right) comes to our hospice. He spoke to us about the care his daughter receives, and how the organisation…
29th November, 2023
Zoe’s Place Coventry gets Christmas ready
The annual Christmas light switch-on event happened at Zoe’s Place Baby Hospice Coventry on Thursday, November 23rd, 2023, bringing the festive vibes to everyone. The highlight was when Otis Brown,…