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Let Mommy Sleep Partners with Cribs for Kids® National Safe Sleep Initiative

Let Mommy Sleep is proud to announce its partnership with Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Initiative, a non-profit organization that aims to help every baby sleep safer. This partnership underscores our commitment to promoting safe sleep practices for infants to help reduce the number of infant mortalities due to Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID.) This blog, Let Mommy Sleep Partners with Cribs for Kids® National Safe Sleep Initiative describes our partnership!


Let Mommy Sleep Partners with Cribs for Kids® National Safe Sleep Initiative
Let Mommy Sleep Partners with Cribs for Kids® National Safe Sleep Initiative

Cribs for Kids National Safe Sleep Initiative provides preventative programming, safe sleep education, and safe infant products to families, healthcare professionals, and community organizations. Since its inception, Cribs for Kids has distributed over 900,000 no-cost cribs to families in need.


Sleep-related deaths result in the loss of thousands of infants every year in the United States. Research indicates the vast majority are accidental and are due to babies sleeping in unsafe environments. Let Mommy Sleep continues to teach parents and newborn and infant care providers that the safest way for a baby to sleep is alone, on their back, in a bare, safety-approved crib.


All of our franchise locations recognize the importance of providing education, support, and resources to help parents and caregivers adhere to the American Academy of Pediatrics' safe sleep guidelines. By partnering with Cribs for Kids, we can expand our reach and provide more families with the necessary tools to keep their infants safe while sleeping. We are excited to positively impact infant health and safety by implementing these life-saving programs in our community.


To learn more about infant safe sleep guidelines and Cribs for Kids mission to help every baby sleep safer, please visit cribsforkids.org. To learn more about the strict training required for all LMS newborn care providers (NCP), postpartum doulas and night nannies please visit our educational hub, newborncarecertified.com.

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