Abusive Head Trauma (AHT), also known as Shaken Baby Syndrome (SBS), is a serious form of child abuse, most commonly triggered by crying. By explaining why babies cry, identifying frustration thresholds, and providing tips on how to cope with infant crying, this proactive program is a must-see for anyone who has an infant in their care. Featuring relatable and diverse families, Preventing Abusive Head Trauma provides parents and caregivers with clear, up-to-date information and easy steps to take to help avoid a preventable injury.
|Free Shipping Discount||N/A|
|Closed Captioned||English Only|
|Program Length||15 min.|
|Number of Volumes||Single Volume|
|Program Consultants||Antonia Chiesa, MD • Kristi Conroy BA, IBCLC • Mark Dias MD, FAANS, FAAP • Tamara Drechsler-Corbeil, RN, MSN • George Lithco • Sandy Nipper BSN RN • Teresa Olsen, M.Ed. • Roxy Swoboda, ICCE, BA • Abby Waldbaum MA • Edie Wilkerson, RN • Kathryn Wells, MD • Lane Volpe|
“I’m impressed with the quality and appeal of this video.
It’s wonderful to show clear, concise information regarding this very important topic.”
- Kristi R. Conroy, BA, IBCLC, CCST
“Not only does this film educate about this important issue, but it offers concrete steps
to parents and caregivers of infants on how to avoid AHT.”
- Roxy Swoboda, ICCE, BA
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