Community Education Opportunities

Promoting Healthy Babies & Reducing the Risk of SUID
Infant Loss Resources conducts workshops, attends health fairs and provides information to new parents, grandparents, extended family members, friends, foster parents and child care providers caring for a new baby. Workshops provide information on SUID research, and risk reduction recommendations. Workshops ensure parents and caregivers are aware of the latest and most accurate information on safe sleep for babies. Workshops allow parents the unique opportunity to ask questions about the recommendations and gain an understanding into the reasons behind the recommendations. Trainings can be custom-designed for child birth classes, health education classes, parent education programs, Male Responsibility programs, associations, civic group meetings, churches, community events, company meetings or Events, and school activities.

Workshops and most educational materials are provided free of charge. Workshops usually last 1 hour and can also be modified to one half hour. Format includes lecture, discussion, Q & A, and videotapes designed specifically for the parents and grandparents. Workshops include brochures, summary sheets and research articles and can be provided anywhere throughout the state. Please call the location nearest you to schedule a presentation or email Danielle Daniels ( or Cheryl Herzog Arneill (  

“I think that (the speaker) told me a lot of stuff that I didn’t know.

– New Teen Parent
Beaumont High School
Parents as Teachers Program
St. Louis, Missouri

 “I really enjoyed the speaker and the handouts.”

-New Mother
St. Vincent’s Women’s Group Home
Kansas City, Missouri

“I think the speakers should visit more young parents.”

New Teen Parent
Beaumont High School
Parents as Teachers Program
St. Louis, Missouri

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