7/15/2009We recently posted a blog on our Shaken Baby Syndrome Blog about an Oregon hospital joining the shaken baby syndrome prevention effort. Thanks to a grant from a children's organization in the state, the hospital distributes informational materials to new parents to educate them about baby's crying patterns and how to cope with them. Click here to read more about the hospital's new program for parents of newborns.
If you think your baby may have been shaken, contact the Keane Law Firm for help regarding your particular situation. Chris Keane will provide you with the resources you need following a shaken baby syndrome (abusive head trauma) incident, and he will answer your questions for free with compassion. 1-888-592-KIDS.
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