Nurses help local preemies celebrate Halloween

Nurses and others at Children's Hospital at Memorial bring some normalcy during a difficult time.
November 10th, 2014

Even the tiniest patients at Children’s Hospital Colorado at Memorial are getting into the Halloween spirit, thanks to nurses and others wanting to bring some normalcy during a difficult time.

“It’s not very normal to grow up in the NICU for our families and so by putting some normalcy in their life that they can trick or treat just like anybody else and have a halloween costume, it puts a smile on our families’ faces,” said Sharon Enoch, NICU educator.

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