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Safe Sleeping for Infants and Toddlers

by Safe Sleep Space March 12, 2019

Safe Sleeping for Infants and Toddlers

Sadly, each year, SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents claim the lives of many infants as a result of unsafe sleeping environments.

It is essential that parents ensure their young infants and toddlers sleep safely at all times and that the research-based guidelines are followed.

With clear, consistent and evidence-based messages of safe sleep practices, we can reduce the risk of many sleep related deaths and injuries occurring.

Download our safe sleeping recommendations below. 




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