In Utah | Cache Valley Groups Work To Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome | Shaken Baby Syndrome
The Child and Family Support Center and Logan Regional Hospital are both working to increase education and awareness of shaken baby syndrome by participating in the Purple Crying program developed by the National Center on Shaken Baby Syndrome.
The Purple Crying Program campaign teaches parents that it is normal to have periods of inconsolable crying and, the program helps parents develop a plan for the day when the baby’s crying becomes too much to bear.
“Babies have never died from being left in a crib with the door shut,” said Jolene Kobe, director of the Women’s and Newborn Services at Logan Regional.
If you have any questions or concerns about what can be done to help babies who have been shaken, or families of babies who have died, please call Christopher Keane and The Keane Law Firm toll-free for free consultation at (888) 592-5437 (KIDS), click on contact us here, or use the web form provided at http://www.keanelaw.com