This Friday marks the 30th anniversary of national Red Nose Day in Australia.
We can all help Red Nose spread the word about the importance of following safe sleeping guidelines for babies to reduce the risk of sudden and unexpected death in infancy (SUDI).
Every year about 3200 Australian families experience the sudden and unexpected death of a baby or child – that’s about nine deaths a day.
Every single day 6 little lives are claimed by stillbirth. This has to stop. At Red Nose we know that medical research is the key to understanding the causes of stillbirth and unlocking the knowledge we need to save little lives. Donate this Red Nose Day Friday June 29 to help us put a stop to stillbirth. www.rednoseday.com.au #rednosedayoz #alittlegive #foralittlelife #stillbirth
#Repost @thecommsdepartment with @get_repost ・・・ Red Nose Day has new meaning for Channel 9’s @rebeccamaddern this year after welcoming precious baby Ruby into the world only months ago. In the lead up to Red Nose Day this Friday 29 June, Rebecca spoke to the Sunday Herald Sun about supporting the @rednosedayaustralia campaign as an ambassador. Pick up a copy of the paper today or head online to read the full story at heraldsun.com.au/entertainment. . #buyapaper #sundayheraldsun #rednosedayoz #ninetozero #alittlegiveforalittlelife A post shared by Red Nose Day (@rednosedayaustralia) on
Remember the following to keep your little one safe:
1. Sleep your baby on his/her back.
2. Keep their head and face uncovered.
3. Keep your baby smoke free before and after birth.
4. Provide a safe sleeping environment (safe cot, safe mattress, safe bedding) night and day.
5. Breastfeed your baby if possible.
6. The safest place for a baby to sleep is in a safe cot next to their parents’ bed.
Help Red Nose reduce that number to zero by supporting Red Nose Day on Friday.
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