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WEST PALM BEACH, Fla.,
Jan. 8, 2013 /PRNewswire/ --
Unintentional injury is the number one cause of death among children 1. All About Safety, Inc. announces the immediate availability of
Baby Steps to Safety Part 1™: Making Your Home and Habits Safe for Babies Swaddling to Sitting. This new DVD is chock full of
more than 100 safety tips that every new parent should learn.
Baby Steps to Safety Part 1™ introduces caregivers to the most common hazards and activities in the average home that can cause injuries to newborns and young children.
The clever, coincidental, and ironic twist of
Baby Steps to Safety Part 1™ is that it is an educational tool where kids teach adults how to keep babies safe from danger to prevent unintentional injuries and deaths from Suffocation, Strangulation, Choking, Falls, Drowning, Burns, Fire, Poisons, Pets, and Vehicles. For anyone who loves to laugh, hosts Hazard Hunter and
Amber Shea will definitely give viewers the giggles as they point out the most common dangers in an average home, along with remedies and life safety tips. "We take a lighthearted approach to a very serious and deadly topic in an effort to educate and reduce the stress levels associated with caring for a baby," says
Elyse Brown, spokesperson for All About Safety, Inc. "Yes, threats and dangers do exist. However, most can be eliminated if they are recognized and addressed by all caregivers involved. This is where our DVD can help viewers learn to reduce injuries."
Baby Steps to Safety Part 1™ is available for purchase at
www.amazon.com. This 54-minute DVD features both English and Spanish language versions. Special Features include printable safety checklists available in both languages, and raw outtakes for even more laughs. If you have a baby, or you're expecting a baby, this is a DVD you won't want to miss, because it's playful and funny too.
Established in 2009, All About Safety, Inc. founding member has been teaching life safety and injury prevention education since 1995.