Babysafe is a 4-hour class taught by professional instructors credentialed by the American Heart Association. This safety class is designed for new and expectant parents and others who care for babies.
Topics include infant development, baby safety, injury prevention and immediate care of common injuries for infants from birth through 12 months of age. Infant CPR is demonstrated and practiced.
Each registration is good for two people from the same family.
The class is held through the combined efforts of Seattle Children's and the Great Starts Program of Parent Trust for Washington Children.
Please know this is not an certification class.
Please call Great Starts Program Registration at 206-789-2306 with additional questions.
- $93 per class
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Due to COVID-19, Babysafe classes are now being offered virtually via Zoom.
Frequently Asked Questions
I can't decide whether to take Babysafe or a CPR class. What is the difference?
Babysafe’s main focus is preventing injuries in the first 12 months of life. In Babysafe, you will learn about basic infant development in relation to safety, what injuries infants and young toddlers are most at risk for, and many ways to prevent these injuries from happening. The class will end with a demonstration of basic infant CPR and choking rescue and an opportunity to practice on the infant CPR manikins.
Babysafe can be life-saving and very valuable to new families. We recommend taking Babysafe to learn about the many ways to keep your baby safe while they learn and grow, and then choose a CPR class.
Can I bring my baby to the class?
Yes. Babies are welcome to attend the Babysafe class. However, we ask that you step out of the room if your baby needs some extra attention.
If I can't attend the class that I signed up for, can I transfer to another class?