We have free media materials available, including postcards and resources for use in healthcare facilities, community organizations and beyond. These materials are designed to stimulate dialogue and build open and honest communication between caregivers, providers, and the greater community about the safety of OUR children.
The campaign radio commercials have been run in the following cities:
New Orleans, Baton Rouge, Alexandria, Shreveport/Bossier City,
Lafayette, Lake Charles, and Monroe.
Tanya and Lori: Instructions for the Babysitter (2017)
(30 Seconds) Tanya is talking to her babysitter, Lori. She tells Lori what she needs to do to make sure her baby sleeps safely.Download File
Safe Sleep Videos
Safe Sleep for Your Baby (2012)
This 10-minute video is part of the Safe to Sleep campaign (formerly the Back to Sleep campaign), an effort to educate parents & caregivers about ways to reduce the risk of sudden infant death.
Safe Sleep for Babies
Updated, 12-minute video on Safe Sleep from US Consumer Product Safety Commission (SPC), Keeping Baby Safe, and AP, moderated by Joan Lunden.
B’more Babies Safe Sleep Campaign Video
TRIGGER WARNING: Frank discussion of infant death
7-minutes video in which three mothers share powerful stories about losing their infants due to unsafe sleeping environments. Another mother discusses learning about safe sleep. Mothers and a doctor share safe sleep practices in connection to cultural practices. This video is part of Baltimore’s Babies Safe Sleep campaign.
Safe Sleep Practices (2012)
TRIGGER WARNING: Visual depiction of infant death scenes using dolls
A Virginia pediatric and forensic pathologist discusses infant fatalities that have occurred in the Hampton Roads, Virginia area due to unsafe sleep practices. The video demonstrates how unsafe sleep environments led to deaths and shows how to provide a safe sleep environment.
Findings from the Louisiana SIDS and Partners Healthy Babies study that was conducted with mainly African American women in the New Orleans area. The study measured awareness, knowledge and behaviors of regarding a “safe sleep environment.”View Findings