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How to Bathe a Baby 3: Safety First

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How to Bathe a Baby 3: Safety First

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There are four key considerations for bath time safety. This video shows how caregivers need to be organized in order to provide safe and comfortable bathing environments for babies. Never leave a baby alone. Check the water temperature. Hold baby safely. Keep baby warm during and after the bath. Parents and professionals share their insights in this video, which is the third of a series to help you make bath time a positive, nurturing experience.

Featuring: 
Dr. Stephanie Green, Ms Kim Millar Lewis, Ms Tammy Timms
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