We are excited to introduce our 500th CNT…(drumroll)…Mary Fenner OTR/L, CNT! Mary’s start as an occupational therapist paralleled her first taste of the NICU, back in 2015, when she completed a clinical rotation at the Ohio State Wexner Medical Center. She instantly knew then that her passion was the NICU. Following graduation, she worked in a nursing home, but continued to stay-up-to date with the latest evidence on practice in the……

LaTonya Washington is a Certified Neonatal Therapist (CNT) who strives for excellence in neonatal therapy and creates growth and change with her knowledge and passion for at-risk infants and their families. LaTonya, who was raised in Louisiana, lives and works in the Washington D.C. area and provides therapy services in a Level IV NICU in Virginia and a Level III NICU in D.C.LaTonya notes that she wanted to become a CNT……

CNTs from South Africa

“We have such a passion for our little ones and their families and for ensuring that they receive the services they deserve. South Africans are passionate, resilient, adaptable and determined, we would love to share our passion for neonates with the rest of our colleagues and showcase South African efforts in empowering families and managing these often complex little ones.” –Andrea Fourie, SLP, CNT and Bianca Pereira, OT, CNT  Andrea Fourie and Bianca Pereira……

In a life that has come full circle, twin sisters born prematurely in the 1970s have now dedicated their lives to helping babies with similar struggles, gaining the hard-earned title of Certified Neonatal Therapists. Jeni and Juli were born 6 weeks before their due date, each weighing barely over 4 pounds. After their original discharge, both girls were quickly admitted to a small community hospital in Texas due to serious health……