In Ep 7, Angeline spoke with Trebor Randle, Special Agent in Charge of the Child Fatality Review Unit for the Georgia Bureau of Investigation.
According to Child Fatality Review Committee confirmed statistics, in 2015 there were 170 sleep-related deaths in the state of Georgia. In fact, Georgia has a higher infant mortality rate than the national average. The leading cause of infant deaths is preventable.
The ABCs of safe sleep:
A is for alone--your baby should only be alone in their crib.
B is for on your back--lay your baby on their back when putting them to sleep.
C is for crib - - babies need their own sleep space, their own crib.
Following the ABCs of safe sleep, especially within the first six months, can greatly reduce your child’s risk of early death.