Octuplets' Mom Accepts Angels in Waiting Offer of Help
A statement from the Dr. Phil Show released on Monday said, "Angels in Waiting initially will be providing around the clock services of skilled neonatal intensive care nurses who specialize in premature infant developmental care. Psychological and physical early therapies to help enhance all of the children's growth and well-being will also be provided."
Under the agreement between Nadya Suleman and the philanthropic foundation Angels in Waiting, she and all 14 of her children will live together in a new home near her current one in suburban Los Angeles, a spokeswoman for McGraw said.
Her father has bought the Octomom a four-bedroom, three-bath home with a huge master bedroom, a walk-in closet and a large backyard. The house is listed through Mike Patel of Prudential Realty in Anaheim Hills in the O.C. The closing should be later this week.
She will be making her first appearance in front of an audience Tuesday on the Dr. Phil Show, and Wednesday the show will be visiting the babies at the hospital. They are six weeks old now, and some are due to go home very soon.
NP coverage of the original Angels in Waiting Offer here, with video coverage of Gloria Allred and Angels in Waiting's Linda West-Conforti press statement.
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