Sleep baby safely and reduce the risk of sudden unexpected death in infancy.
Red Nose has a range of resources available for parents, carers, and health professions to help reduce the risk of sudden and unexpected death during pregnancy, infancy and childhood.
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The information provided on the Red Nose website has been developed and reviewed by experts in pregnancy and infant and child health. The content is regularly reviewed by our Midwives, Safe Sleep Educators and by members of our National Scientific Advisory Group to ensure the advice is up-to-date with the latest evidence-based information.
An active baby is a healthy baby. Being aware of your baby’s movements is one of the ways mothers can help to keep their babies safe during pregnancy.
Guidelines for safe wrapping of young babies.
A guide to making up a baby’s cot for the first 6-12 months of life.
Knowing when to transition your child from their cot to a bed can be confusing. That's why Red Nose has created special resources to help.
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Red Nose education and resource downloads.
This section connects health care professionals and education and care service professionals to a broad range of information on safe sleeping practices, child safety, e-learning packages, information statements and articles.