Infant Safety Class DenverOne 3-Hour Session

Fee: $55 registration fee pays for two people to attend.

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This one-session, 3 ½-hour course focuses on safety for children under the age of 1 year and is great for new and experienced parents, as well as other caregivers. This class is best taken between 32 – 38 weeks, but it can also be completed after the birth of your baby.

Topics covered during the infant safety class include:

  • CPR and choking (an American Heart Association Family and Friends course)
  • Basic first aid
  • Accident prevention
  • Basic car seat safety
  • Childproofing your home
  • SIDS prevention
  • Shaken baby syndrome

This is not a CPR certification, so please contact the AHA for more information on certification.

Families that register for this class typically also register for Baby 101: Understanding Your Newborn, just one of a wide range of other helpful childbirth and parent education classes offered at Presbyterian/St. Luke's Medical Center.

For More Information

Contact Kirsten Dehmlow, P/SL Parent Education Coordinator by phone at 303-839-7339

E-mail Parent Education