Program teaches how to cope before child is hurt or worse
By Margie Wuebker
COLDWATER - The baby wails continuously despite valiant efforts to comfort him. The parent, tired from a long day at work and frustrated by all the crying, picks up the baby intent on making one more attempt to stop the crying.
This is the time to place the baby in a safe place like a crib and walk away briefly to regain composure or to call someone for help, says Jennie Horner, coordinator of the Community Support Network for the Brain Injury Association of Ohio. [More]