Experts to Share Baby Safety Tips in Live Google+ 'Hangout'

baby-safety-hangoutSafety is the first concern for all early childhood educators. Hosting a safe learning environment is not just critical for their careers but also for the development of their pupils. Everyday objects that pose little to no threat to adults can be incredibly dangerous for kids—especially infants.

In order to combat these dangers, Rasmussen College will be hosting a live Baby Safety Google+ Hangout on Air with a panel of experts discussing important baby safety issues and tips. Topics to be covered include crib, high chair and car seat safety as well as cognitive and emotional safety issues for infants.

The event will take place on Tuesday, Sept. 16 at 4:30 p.m. CDT.

Members of the panel include:

Join in on the chat

This event is designed to be interactive, so you’re encouraged to actively participate in the conversation. While watching the Hangout live on air via the Baby Safety event page or on the Rasmussen College YouTube Channel, you can ask our experts questions by submitting a comment during the episode.

The panel will also answer real-time questions submitted via Twitter, Facebook and Google+. Just be sure the #RasECE hashtag accompanies your question.

To watch the live Google+ Hangout on Air, visit the event page on September 16th at 4:30 pm CDT. While you are there, please add Rasmussen College to your Google+ circles for more information on upcoming events.  

Sign up now to participate

RSVP to attend this special event by visiting our Baby Safety Tips event page and clicking “YES” to confirm you will be attending. We look forward to your participation on Sept. 16!

Do you know of someone else who may be interested in learning about child safety tips? Be sure to invite them to the Baby Safety Tips event as well!

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Will is a Content Marketing Specialist at Collegis Education. He researches and writes student-focused articles on a variety of topics for Rasmussen College. He is passionate about learning and enjoys writing engaging content to help current and future students on their path to a rewarding education.

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