Wednesday, July 18, 2012

National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome offers information and help

Many new mothers throughout the world can help with their infants’ crying spells from a group of local residents.

The National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome provides informational tools at no cost.

When a woman delivers in a hospital or birthing center that participates in the program, she receives a booklet and video to take home. The 10-page booklet is east to read and identifies the period of infants lives when they are most likely to have unexplained crying. The booklet also gives pointers to new parents to help them get through the trauma of the intense crying episodes. Davis Clipper