Cute donations carry serious message
The Kiwanis Club is providing Fayette County Memorial Hospital with bibs that are designed to make parents of newborn babies aware of the dangers of Shaken Baby Syndrome.
"It really is a wonderful donation," said Debbie McQuiniff, the nurse director at the hospital's birth center. "With the number of shaken baby incidents, we really hope that this helps convey the message of how dangerous it can be. We can also provide tips for new parents......coping mechanisms that they can use during stressful times."
Monday, November 17, 2008
Tuesday, November 18, 2008
And finally, in Fayette County, Ohio, the Kiwanis Club is continuing its work to increase awareness of shaken baby syndrome