Whidbey General Hospital

Car Seat Safety Class for Expectant Parents

Four out of five car seats are installed incorrectly. Attend this free class on March 13 and learn how to select, install and maintain a car seat for your baby. Presented by Whidbey General Hospital Emergency Medical Services.

Enjoy greater peace of mind and provide a safer ride for your little one.

Especially for expectant parents, but appropriate for anyone with small children.

Presented by Robert May, a paramedic with Whidbey General Hospital Emergency Medical Services (EMS).

At this free program, nationally certified child passenger safety professionals will talk about:


    • What to look for in your first car seat.
    • The concerns and problems of used car seats.
    • How to buckle in your child correctly.

Already have a seat? Bring it and we will show you how to use it properly.


Car Seat Safety for Expectant Parents

Wednesday, March 13, 9 to 11 a.m.

Island Women's Healthcare, next to Whidbey General

201 Birch Street, Coupeville

Class size is limited to 25 participants.

Register by emailing paramedic Robert May, Whidbey General Hospital EMS, or by calling 360-678-7620.

Learn about other Whidbey General classes and events.

 

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