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Safe sleep for babies

Posted on Oct. 12, 2020 ( comments)
October is SIDS Awareness Month and October 15 is Pregnancy and Infant Loss Remembrance Day. 

Virtual car seat checks, September 20-26, 2020 is National Child Passenger Safety Week

Posted on Sep. 21, 2020 ( comments)
Mary Bridge has been offering car seat inspections for well over 20 years at events where we educate families right at — and in — their car. Those community events have paused for now, but we are offering an exciting new option: Virtual car seat checks.

Keeping kids safe during (unexpected) extra time at home

Posted on Mar. 31, 2020 ( comments)
Now is the perfect time to add child safety improvements to your stay home to-do list. 

What do experts recommend for safe infant sleep?

Posted on Oct. 15, 2019 ( comments)

Warm weather, open windows: How to protect kids from window falls

Posted on Apr. 8, 2019 ( comments)
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Avoid these 8 common car seat mistakes

Posted on Sep. 18, 2017 ( comments)

Are your children riding safely? National Child Passenger Safety Week is a great time to find out.

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Window Safety Week: Tips to prevent window falls

Posted on Apr. 7, 2017 ( comments)

With the recent warm weather, it's a good time to remind parents of the dangers that open windows pose to children.

How can I reduce the risk of SIDS?

Posted on Oct. 27, 2016 ( comments)
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Holiday shopping tips: Toy safety

Posted on Dec. 16, 2015 ( comments)
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9 most common infant car seat mistakes

Posted on Sep. 14, 2015 ( comments)

Most new parents assume their car seat is installed correctly, but it’s easy to make a mistake. Review these common errors and attend a free inspection to make sure your child is safe.