What We Do

Learn how to keep your baby safe during sleep.  A must for all parents, grandparents, babysitters, brothers, sisters and anybody who cares for an infant.  This class could be a lifesaver!

Safe Infant Sleep Education

Learn how to keep your baby safe during sleep. A must for all parents, grandparents, babysitters, brothers, sisters and anybody who cares for an infant. This class could be a lifesaver!
Let's face it, child safety seats are complicated.  Let our team or certified technicians help you decipher the sometimes confusing world of child passenger safety seats!  Together, we can make sure your kiddos are riding safely!

Car Seat Safety Education

Let’s face it, child safety seats are complicated. Let our team or certified technicians help you decipher the sometimes confusing world of child passenger safety seats! Together, we can make sure your kiddos are riding safely!
There's nothing like the feeling of being prepared.  Our infant and child first aid and CPR classes give you that feeling.  We sincerely hope you'll never have to use your new-found skills, but you'll be prepared!

Infant & Child First Aid/CPR

There’s nothing like the feeling of being prepared. Our infant and child first aid and CPR classes give you that feeling. We sincerely hope you’ll never have to use your new-found skills, but you’ll be prepared!

Let’s Get Signed Up For A Class

IMPORTANT:  Due to the current situation with the COVID-19 all Safe Sleep classes will be held online through June 30th.  Going forward we will re-evaluate the situation as warranted and will return to our in-person classes as soon as it’s been determined safe for our staff, volunteers and attendees.  Thank you for your understanding.  Please contact us with any questions or needs.  You can reach us by phone at 206.582.6191.  

Upcoming Classes

  1. Safe Sleep 101 LIVE via Zoom!

    June 3 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
  2. Safe Sleep 101 LIVE via Zoom!

    June 4 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  3. Safe Sleep 101 LIVE via Zoom!

    June 11 @ 5:30 am - 6:30 pm
  4. Safe Sleep 101 LIVE via Zoom!

    June 15 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm
  5. What Every Grandparent Needs to Know About Safe Sleep Live on Zoom!

    June 16 @ 4:00 pm - 5:00 pm
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Learn Your ABCs

Babies should always sleep alone in a safe sleep environment such as a crib, bassinet or pack and play.  Never with any toys, blankets, pillows, siblings, pets, parents or any other item to reduce their risk of sleep-related death.

Alone

Babies should always sleep alone in a safe sleep environment such as a crib, bassinet or pack and play. Never with any toys, blankets, pillows, siblings, pets, parents or any other item to reduce their risk of sleep-related death.
Babies should always sleep on their backs for every sleep, at night and for naps.  Please don't use any positioning devices designed to keep babies on their backs.

Back

Babies should always sleep on their backs for every sleep, at night and for naps. Please don’t use any positioning devices designed to keep babies on their backs.
Babies should always sleep in their crib, bassinet or pack and play; never in an adult bed!  Be sure your baby's sleep environment meets current CPSC safety standards.

Crib

Babies should always sleep in their crib, bassinet or pack and play; never in an adult bed! Be sure your baby’s sleep environment meets current CPSC safety standards.
Keep baby far away from cigarette, marijuana or vape smoke.  Maternal smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke puts your baby at a substantially higher risk of SUID.

Smoke

Keep baby far away from cigarette, marijuana or vape smoke. Maternal smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke puts your baby at a substantially higher risk of SUID.
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Safe Sleep Tips

Let’s face it, Safe Sleep isn’t always easy. Here are some helpful tips to get your baby to sleep safely. Safe Sleep might not always be easy, but we guarantee you it’s worth it.

Car Seat Safety Starter Tips

Car seat safety can be tricky, here are some tips to get you started. Ready to learn more?
The Inch Test

The Inch Test

When a car seat is installed tightly enough it should move less than 1" front to back and side to side when wiggled with moderated pressure at the beltpath.
The Pinch Test

The Pinch Test

When a harness is properly tight you shoudln't be to pinch any fabric between your fingers at the child's shoulders..
Teathers

Teathers

Most vehicles manufactured around the year 2000 and beyond have teather anchors installed in them. Teathers should be used, if present, for most forward facing car seats.
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Find The Right Type Of Car Seat

Like many things in life, like donuts, there are many types of car seats for every stage of your child development. It can be confusing know which one to choose,. We can help!

Do You Need A Safe Crib?

Do you need a safe sleep environment for your baby? Contact us to see if you qualify for our program, Safe Sleep for Northwest Babies.
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