Children who have medical conditions or that have undergone medical procedures deserve to be protected when riding in vehicles just like other kids. Often, this requires special consideration when selecting car seats and restraints.
The Indiana University School of Medicine is a great place to find answers to almost all of your questions regarding child restraint options and training opportunities for caregivers and providers:
- Child restraint options
- Find a special needs instructor to assist your organization
- Learn about new products, including the Angel Ride Car Bed
- Medical conditions and transportation considerations
- Safe Travel for All Children and Other Trainings
- What Car Seat is Best for My Prematurely Born Baby?
Get the Toolkit
Certified child passenger safety technicians can use free resources in the Safe Kids Worldwide Special Needs In-Service Toolkit to teach occupational therapists, physical therapists and hospital personnel how to safely transport children with special needs.