Car Seat Technician of the Year

I'd like to take a minute to brag on one of our very talented and dedicated Client Service Coordinators here at Infant Crisis Services.

Ana Davis has worked at Infant Crisis Services since 2006. She not only assists clients every day with a smile on her face, but she goes above and beyond our organization's primary mission of providing life-sustaining formula, food and diapers to babies and toddlers in need. She is one of four trained and certified car seat technicians that we have on staff.

When our clients come in for an appointment, Ana will often check their car seats to make sure they are safe, properly installed and appropriate for the baby's weight and size. She can literally take a car seat completely apart and put it back together! Wednesday, she was recognized for her skill. She was awarded Metro Area Car Seat Technician of the Year. A big congratulations to Ana for earning this distinguished award!

This recognition incidentally comes just two days before our car seat distribution event, that will be held this Friday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. For a small, suggested donation of $10, we are giving more than 40 new car seats to families in need. Ana and our other car seat technicians will help install and properly fit the seats to ensure maximum child passenger safety. Because of limited availability, the car seats will be provided on a first-come first-served basis.

Infant Crisis Services is partnering with SafeKids Oklahoma to put on the event, which will take place in the parking lot of the Infant Crisis Services Donald W. Reynolds Center at 4224 North Lincoln Blvd.

We hope, by providing car seats to families in need and making sure they are properly installed, we will prevent injuries and save lives.

   

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1. Sugesh wrote:
A very deserved futeared flogger indeed. But I think you are right, I will definitely shy away from googling dad flogger. I made the mistake of googling dry-feeding, in relation to breastfeeding, the other day after hearing the term and wanting to know more, and after finding the usual article or two from parenting websites I discovered a whole new meaning to the term dry-feeding and I'm feeling a little google shy at the moment! I think my cheeks might still be a little flushed and I don't get flushed easily!

Thu, January 23, 2014 @ 5:45 AM

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