Friday, November 14, 2008


The Exchange Club has a wonderful SBS awareness project, and has supported some great awareness activities, including support for the Period of PURPLE Crying campaign.

So, given that SBS is described as violently shaking a child, it's a bit surprising that a regional representative of the Exchange Club was quoted in an article in the Katy Times, TX yesterday as saying

“Please keep in mind that SBS does not always occur out of anger,” said Brenda Robinson, vice president of Region 5 of the National Exchange Club.

“Sometimes it’s simply playing with your child, bouncing them on your knee or just simply setting that child on your shoulder so they can see a parade roll by and they let go and fall back.”

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