The goal of CLICK for Babies is to start conversations - we’ve put together sets of talking points to help you talk to your friends, family, and anyone else in your community about the campaign, and about the Period of PURPLE Crying.
View and download talking points about CLICK for Babies. You can use these quick facts to help educate others about the goals of the campaign and how it works to raise awareness about infant abuse and normal infant crying.View or Download
View and download talking points about the Period of PURPLE Crying. Help us spread the word about normal infant crying and why it is important to share this knowledge with everyone in your community.View or Download
View and download talking points, facts, and statistics about Shaken Baby Syndrome/Abusive Head Trauma (SBS/AHT). Join us in keeping all babies safe from harm - you can share these with your family, friends, and others to help make people in your community aware of how important it is to prevent infant abuse.View or Download
Want to host an event for your local campaign? Use the CLICK for Babies flyer template. Add information about your event and print it out or share it on social media!
Please only use these flyers for recruiting other volunteers and to announce your CLICK for Babies 2015 campaign events.Find out what is going on in your area.
Social media is a powerful tool for spreading the word about preventing shaken baby syndrome and promoting increased awareness of normal infant crying (the #1 trigger to a shaking event). There are a number of ways to help spread the word about the CLICK for Babies campaign and our goal to raise awareness of the Period of PURPLE Crying that all babies go through.
We’ve provided tools for you to reach out to traditional media and engage social media
Donate your handmade, purple colored baby caps to local campaign leaders who will then distribute the caps to participating hospitals, public health offices, and home visiting programs that are educating families about the Period of PURPLE Crying. New parents will receive the purple cap as a gift from the community to remind them that their baby will go through this period of normal increased crying.
Visit the Stitchers Club to see how other crafters are getting involvedClick here