Here are some of the main topics that are discussed in Surviving Infancy. You can see ALL the topics by visiting the website.
- Infant Safety: Bathing, Sleeping, Car Seats, Cribs, Vehicle Safety, etc.
- Toddler Safety: Choking, Driveways, Electrical, Kitchen, Pool Safety, etc.
- Routine Illnesses: Colds, Diarrhea, Fever, Rashes, Vomiting, Ear Infections, etc.
- Pediatric Emergencies: Choking, CPR, Bites & Stings, Head Injuries and When to go to the ER.
- Parenting Challenges: Breastfeeding, Postpartum, etc.
- and more.
How many times have you wondered to yourself if you should take your child to the ER? When do you call the doctor? What do you do if your child is choking? Every parent and caregiver asks themselves the same questions and finally there is a parent guide that walks you through these situations with professionals and offers you the comfort of knowledge.
My son may be 4yrs old, but I found Surviving Infancy to be of extreme value to my family, especially the information on how to respond to life-threatening emergencies. There is such a plethora of knowledge for parents and caregivers that I hold the DVD Set in high regard for families.
I couldn’t tell you how many times my son has had odd rashes or strange coughing that has driven my husband and I batty. The amount of times we have pestered doctors and emergency clinics with our questions and mild issues is quite high and I’m surprised that they haven’t blocked our phone number! Surviving Infancy has helped a lot in assisting us to understand emergency situations vs. typical occurrences and what we can do as parents to ease colds and fevers at home. The most important thing for me is that it is presented by professionals.
The Video Presenters for Surviving Infancy are:
Dr. Birnbaumer is a senior faculty member in the Department of Emergency Medicine at Harbor-UCLA Medical Center, Torrance, California and Professor of Clinical Medicine at the University of California-Los Angeles. Dr. Birnbaumer is the recipient of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Outstanding Speaker of the Year Award and its Outstanding Contribution to Education Award. In addition, Dr. Birnbaumer has received the California Chapter of ACEP’s Education Award.
Dr. McCollough is an Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Clinical Emergency Medicine at the Keck School of Medicine of the University of Southern California and Director of the Pediatric Emergency Department of the Los Angeles County Medical Center. Dr. McCollough is a recipient of the American College of Emergency Physicians (ACEP) Faculty of the Year Award, the California Chapter of ACEP’s Education Award and Faculty of the Year Award presented by the Los Angeles County / USC Department of Emergency Medicine.
A must-have DVD Set for new parents, but a very valuable resource for all parents and caregivers taking care infants to toddlers. It truly offers parents comfort through knowledge and I believe that is priceless.
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