The Red Nose Child Care Kit informs child care services providers to ensure all those who care for babies are aware of the current and evidence-based Red Nose Safe Sleeping recommendations to reduce the risk of SIDS and sleeping accidents.
Red Nose programs provide health care professionals, carers and GPs with a range of resources for their practice or child care centre on safe sleeping in a care environment, plus accredited online training, and grief and loss information and a referral service. For more information call 1300 998 698 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
An online infant safe sleeping course for health professionals that provides an introduction to current evidence-based information about sudden unexpected deaths in infancy, fatal sleeping accidents, and the infant care practices demonstrated to reduce the risk of infant death.
Red Nose can provide education sessions to a range of organisations and community groups about how to sleep baby safely to reduce the risk of SIDS and fatal sleeping accidents. These sessions can be tailored to suit your specific needs and delivered virtually or face-to-face.
Reducing the Risk of SUDI (Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy) in Aboriginal Communities (RROSIAC) program seeks to reduce the unacceptably high risk of Aboriginal infants dying of SIDS and sleep accidents. The program has been successfully operating throughout WA since 2005.
Yummy to be Mummy program is a comprehensive program that targets young Aboriginal women going through pregnancy and child rearing.