Car Seat Safety event in Winnipeg with Ford of Canada

20 Mar

If you’re like most parents you probably have a lot of questions about car seat safety.

Are you buckling up safely? Is rear-facing the safest way for infants to travel? What works to keep your kids safe in the car? 

I know when we had our daughter we were quite confused from the start. And now we’re at the end stage where she could be out of a booster soon  – but is that the safest? I’m curious to find out what the choices are. I still remember leaving the hospital and putting her in the car for the first time, how time flies! This is a great event for parents to be, new parents, grandparents, childcare providers – anyone who wants to learn more about car seat safety.

Ford’s own Kelley Adams-Campos, a certified child safety technician, who has been with Ford for nearly 21 years, will be in Winnipeg at the Nest Family Centre at 667 Stafford St. at 3:30p.m. on Tuesday, March 24 to discuss car safety, focusing specifically on the importance of child safety seats and restraints. 

 Kelley, who wrote the manual on child care restraints for Ford, will be discussing the ins and outs of proper child seat installation and overall child car care safety. She will also demonstrate and discuss what you need to know about seat belts for babies, toddlers and adults and will dispel myths and common mistakes parents make about child car care safety. She will also be available for one-on-one demonstrations and Q&A following her presentation.

This is a great opportunity to learn and get your questions answered by a professional. Sounds like should be really fun and interesting event. Space will be limited so make sure to call the Nest Family centre to register at 453-8160 or email lisabernstein83@gmail.com 

 Please join us for this free presentation and demonstration with Ford’s Kelley Adams-Campos with light refreshments

 

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