The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is joining the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) and other child safety organizations in the release of “Safe Sleep for Babies,” a new crib safety video aimed at helping all new parents avoid suffocation, strangulation and entrapment risks in the sleep environment.
Learn how to create a safe sleep environment for baby in your home by exploring this interactive room. A safe sleep environment can help reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep-related causes of infant death, like suffocation. Click HERE to see this new tool
Make sure grandparents and other trusted caregivers know how to create a safe sleep environment for your baby. Share the new Safe Sleep for Your Grandbaby videos. Select “grandparents” or “abuelos.” Videos for Grandparents and Other Trusted Caregivers
The Safe to Sleep campaign offers videos explaining ways to reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death
The Safe to Sleep campaign has created videos to explain ways to practice safe infant sleep and breastfeeding.
Video clips in various lengths from the American Academy of Pediatrics encouraging parents to practice safe sleep from the baby’s view point. Find more video clips and information HERE
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Women & Their Familie
A Guide to Help New Mothers Stay Smoke-Free
TAKE THE FIRST STEP FOR YOUR BABY. Making a plan to avoid secondhand smoke is an important step in helping
your baby have a healthy start.
This workbook was written by an ex-smoker and mother of two with input from a tobacco prevention expert.
Tips for keeping babies safe from secondhand smoke.
These materials were developed based on recent trends, research, and feedback from providers across the state working to address safe sleep practices with families and caregivers. A poster targeting grandparents and older caregivers about safe sleep practices.
Share the Room, Not the Bed.
Reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and other sleep related causes of death by creating a safe sleep space for your baby.