Sleep safety for Red Nose Day

Part of the Kinderling Conversation for parents. Weekdays 12pm-1pm.

Tue 23 June 2015

16 mins

Education and awareness has been crucial in reducing the rates of Sudden Infant Death Sydrome in Australia, but despite this, babies are still dying.

Red Nose Day is this Friday June 26th. Jill Green from SIDS and Kids joins the Conversation to explain why raising awareness is still so important.

WEBSITE: Sids and Kids

If this interview raises any questions or concerns for you, or if you need support in dealing with bereavement due to Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, call the national SIDS and Kids Helpline - 1300 308 307

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