UH Rainbow Injury Prevention Center Works with Families to Keep Kids Safe
Unintentional injury is the leading cause of death and disability for American children. Because most childhood injuries can be prevented, the Rainbow Injury Prevention Center at University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital is dedicated to reducing injury risk by working directly with children and families, sharing creative ideas and resources with partners in the community, and advancing the body of knowledge in unintentional injury prevention research.
The Rainbow Injury Prevention Center works with children and families inside and outside of the hospital to help kids of all ages learn and practice safe habits and aid parents in protecting children from the most common risks to child health and well-being.
Our Services and Programs
Services and programs offered through the Rainbow Injury Prevention Center include:
Kohl’s Safe Rides for All Kids: Learn the safest way to travel for children of different ages and sizes and get your child passenger safety questions answered.
Car Seat Fitting Station: Find out how to get help selecting, installing, or using a child restraint.
Safe Kids Coalition: Learn more about the Greater Cleveland Safe Kids Coalition, led by UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital. Explore a variety of health and safety topics.
Rainbow Safety Store: Keeping your child safe does not have to be expensive. The Rainbow Safety Store can help visitors to UH Rainbow Babies & Children’s Hospital and University Hospitals MacDonald Women’s Hospital with homeproofing and child safety needs.