Wednesday, March 7, 2012

In Georgia, Optimists hear talk from Prevent Child Abuse Coweta | Shaken Baby Syndrome

Shaken Baby Syndrome and ways to prevent it were reportedly the focus of a talk to the Newnan Optimist Club recently by representatives of Prevent Child Abuse Coweta.
Speaking to the club at Golden Corral restaurant were reportedly Helen Passantino and Joyce Edmondson. They shared literature on ways to calm a crying baby and the danger of shaking an infant. They brought a baby-sized doll that shows the brain area to aid in their presentation.
"Taking care of a baby can sometimes be as overwhelming as it is joyful. When a baby cries inconsolably, it can leave you frustrated, angry and overwhelmed," it is noted in a Prevent Child Abuse Coweta pamphlet.
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