What is a car seat inspection?
A Inspection Station is a free and convenient way to have your child’s safety seat inspected by a Nationally Certified CPS Technician. Parents and caregivers receive personal instructions on the proper selection, harnessing, installation and use of their car seats.
If you are a low-income Vermonter please ask about our low-income assistance program at your appointment.
|December 5th||Traveling Safely with Toddlers and Young Children Webinar|
Description: As a child grows from infancy through "toddlerhood," parents, grandparents, and other caregivers are likely considering the next car seat stage. If you started with an infant (rear-facing only) seat, is it time for a larger seat? How do you install it? When can a child move from rear-facing to forward-facing? A Child Passenger Safety Technician from the UVM Medical Center and Safe Kids Vermont will cover the selection, installation and use of car seats for toddlers, preschoolers, and early school-aged children.
Register Online: UVMHealth.org/CarSeatClass