Safe Kids Worldwide and Griffin Health are helping parents and caregivers of infants sleep a little easier by providing free education on ways to make sure their little ones are snoozing safely.
Griffin will host several free, interactive programs entitled “Safe Sleep for Your Baby” to teach how to reduce the risk of sleep-related causes of infant death. The programs will be Wednesdays Feb. 26, April 29, May 27 and June 24 from 6:30-7:30 p.m. at Griffin Hospital.
Parents and caregivers will learn about safe sleep practices, and the safe sleep myths and facts for infants under 1 year of age. Door prizes, raffles and educational materials will be provided.
The session is open to anyone expecting a child and anyone caring for an infant under 1 year of age. Registration is required by contacting Cathi Kellett at Ckellett@griffinhealth.org or 203-732-1337.