Members of the Center staff are involved in training activities for health care providers, community health nurses, child care providers, pregnant women, parents, and students. Topics offered include SIDS risk reduction strategies, safe sleep environment, injury prevention, grief and compassionate intervention.

Center Staff also participates in the training of emergency medical personnel and community programs working with young families and children. The Center presents SIDS/safe sleep environment information to licensed child care providers as part of their core of knowledge training. In addition, safe sleep environment and injury prevention information are offered to high school students in child development classes and in colleges as part of the 90 Hour Courses in Early Childhood Development & Curriculum. Participation at health fairs increases awareness of risk reduction efforts and services the Center offers.

If you are interested in having a staff member speak to your organization, call 800-808-7437.

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