Car seat safety class
Children Are Priceless Passengers is a child passenger safety program offered to offenders and non-offenders of Arizona state child passenger safety laws. Parents/caregivers will receive 2 hours of car seat information and one-on-one coaching on proper use of car seats. You must call to pre-register for the class. Classes are held the third Saturday of every month. Classes available in English and Spanish.
This is a collaborative effort with the Arizona Governor’s Office of Highway Safety.
The Paradise Valley Family Resource Center prepares children ages birth to five for success in school and life by connecting and strengthening families through education, resources and referral information Services include: Family Literacy • Health Information • Community Food Sources • Car Seat safety
Program for all pregnant women and families with children under age two residing in Maricopa County. Free classes, car seats, pack-n-plays, assistance with appointments, enrollments and much more. Funded by Arizona Department of Health Services. For information contact Daili Lister at email@example.com. English and Spanish speaking Case Managers.
Accidental injury is a leading cause of death in children 14 and under. The Safe Kids Coalition Maricopa County (SKMC) aims to prevent accidental childhood injury. We offer education and resources through our coalition partners in the various cities of Maricopa County. We have free community events and often times have free safety resources such as: bike helmets, car seats, water watcher resources, and access to modern smoke alarms.
Banner offers Labor and Birth classes (classes in English and Spanish) ($70) and "Breastfeeding Basics" ($25). There is also "Survival Skills for New Parents" ($25), "Boot Camp for New Dads/fathers" ($25), "Welcome New Sibling" class ($20 first child; $5 each additional sibling), and "Children are Priceless Passengers" (car seat safety for $35).
COST IS DIFFERENT FOR EACH CLASS. AHCCCS PLANS ACCEPTED
Offers a person who cares for the children of friends and family a 14-week program that addresses the following: quality childcare, safety issues in the home, language and literacy, guidance and discipline, brain development, parent/caregiver relationships, nutrition, child passenger safety, daily schedule planning and CPR and First Aid certification. Transportation and on-site child care are offered.
Progam offers education, materials, and resources to childcare providers to decrease the unintentional injury and death rate in children ages 14 and younger. Educational trainings are conducted on the topics of child passenger safety, crib safety, CPR and First Aid, and home safety.
The Family Resource Center, located at Care1st Avondale Resource and Housing center, offers many services for families with children 0-5 in Avondale and the surrounding communities. Services include: workshops such as parenting, car seat education, nutrition, budgeting, healthy homes, and kindergarten preparation; dental screenings along with developmental, hearing and vision screenings are also available for families with children 0-5 years of age. Families may also utilize services such as medical enrollment, WIC, English tutoring, rent and utility assistance, employment assistance and more. The Center also has a designated learning and play area for children to utilize while their parents receive services as well as for developmental playgroups.
The Buckeye Family Resource Center provides free services, programs, resources and referrals to families and individuals in Buckeye and surrounding communities. Services include: Assessment for developmental ages/stages, vision and hearing screening; Assistance in applying for AHCCCS and public assistance programs; Car seat safety education; Early childhood literacy workshops and playgroups; Education and support for grandparents raising children; Education for parents with children birth - 18 years old; Employment readiness workshops; Health services for uninsured children; In-home support and parent education for families with children 0-5 years old and children with developmental delays; Internet and fax services; Medicare guidance for seniors that are applying; Nutrition and activity education for professional and in-home childcare providers; Nutrition classes; Support and advocacy for domestic violence victims; Tax preparation services. The Buckeye Family Resource Center is a partnership between First Things First and Buckeye Elementary School District.
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