One of the primary goals of Cribs for Kids® is to emphasize the importance of Safe Sleep Education and to disseminate it effectively throughout communities. To help us achieve this goal, we developed the Safe Sleep Ambassador – Educational Outreach Program.
Any organization or individual can be a Safe Sleep Ambassador. All we ask is that Safe Sleep Ambassadors commit to sharing the Safe Sleep Message with at least three (3) other people in their day-to-day life to promote the health, safety, and well-being of infants.
how it works
Take the Safe Sleep Training –Once you pass the quiz at the end of the training, you will be awarded a certificate.
Spread the Infant Safe Sleep Message to your clients, friends, family, or community members
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Take the Safe Sleep Training
To get your Safe Sleep Ambassador certificate, review the training below and take the quiz at the end. You must score a 90% or better to pass the quiz and earn your certificate.
We are currently experiencing some technical difficulties with certificate generation. Each person who takes the quiz will receive an email with their quiz results. We are working on a solution. If you have any questions, please email email@example.com.
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As a subsidiary of Cribs for Kids® National Infant Safe Sleep Initiative, ette cetera’s mission is to provide high quality, adorable, safe baby products while delivering vital safe sleep education to parents and caregivers.
Over 3,500 babies die in sleep-related accidents each year. When you purchase from ette cetera, 100% of the profits support Cribs for Kids® National Infant Safe Sleep Initiative which provides free cribs to thousands of low-income families and safe sleep programming and educational resources to over 1800 partners and hospitals nationwide. ette cetera! was established in response to the high demand for the Cribs for Kids line of signature infant safety products and in an attempt to change the culture surrounding safe infant sleep.