Awesome presentation – loved it! Lots of practical information.
Sharon – Childcare Provider
Just wanted to thank you for coming yesterday. I heard nothing but great comments about your presentation and the materials. I heard some things I didn’t know and I had been doing lots of research on this subject as a new grandma so was really happy to hear it. I talked to the licensing manager and she was very excited about it as well. Again, thanks for your time and efforts – they were very appreciated.
Connie – DCFS
SIDS – The Nightmare Explained – Chicago Parent Magazine
Professional Views on SIDS – Answering Parents Questions - Blogging Mothers
Do Fans Reduce the Risk of SIDS – Medill, Northwestern University
Tips for Safe Sleep – Bloomington Pantagraph
NPR Audio - Rethinking SIDS: Many Deaths No Longer a Mystery
New Childcare Law in Illinois – Chicago Tribune
Tough New Crib Standards Announced – KIDS in Danger Press Conference
Crib Standards – Together With Baby
Promising Practices – A Culturally Competent Approach to Education - Georgetown University Center for Cultural Competence
Jonas Salk Award for Community Health Honoree – March of Dimes
American Academy of Emergency Physicians Conference – SIDS Network
SIDS by Toke Hoppenbrouwers, PhD, and Joan Hodgman, MD, 106 pp, ISBN 09742663-0-2, Calabasas, Calif, Monte Nido Press, 2003. Send $6.50 plus $3.50 (tax, postage, and handling) to Toke Hoppenbrouwers, PhD, Women's and Children's Hospital, Newborn Division, Room L919, 1240 Mission Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90033 (http://toke.hoppenbrouwers.net).
14 Ways to Protect your Baby from SIDS by Rachel Moon, Fern Hauck
SIDS & Infant Death Survival Guide: Information and Comfort for Grieving Family & Friends & Professionals Who Seek to Help Them by Joani Nelson Horchler
Crib Death: Sudden Unexplained Death of Infants - The Pathologist's Viewpoint by Giulia Ottaviani
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome by Peggy Parks
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome – Enduring Loss by John DeFrain et al
All information given at this site is in accordance with the American Academy of Pediatrics Recommendations to reduce sleep related deaths in infants. Since no single cause has been identified, babies can and do die when all the guidelines have been followed.