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REBECCAH L. BROWN, M.D.
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medial Center
"Our partnership with Toyota has been simply incredible. We presented our Buckle Up for Life program to Toyota, and they recognized that need. They wanted to do something about that need, and they acted on it immediately, and we all share the same vision."

HELEN ARBOGAST
Children’s Hospital of Los Angeles
"One of the most unique things about the Buckle Up for Life Program is the natural marriage between child passenger safety and community-based organizations. Not just faith organizations, but working out in the community. "

JOHN ANSIAUX
Texas Children's Hospital
"When thinking about car seats, a lot of parents need to take into consideration the height and weight of their child. It’s not really the age, because every child grows at a different rate. A lot of parents really want to turn their kids forward facing after a year, but they need to consider that their car seat can still go rear facing to a higher weight and it’s going to be much safer."

GINA DUCHOSSIS
Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
"One of the most important things I would tell parents when they’re thinking about child passenger safety and wanting to make sure that their children are correctly restrained, is to not be afraid to look at all the different options and involve their child in the selection of their car seat."

BECKY MONTENEGRO
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
"Buckle Up for Life is a program that approaches the community in two ways. The first is the educational piece where we teach about distracted driving, texting and driving, proper conduct in cars and how to properly secure their safety belts. The second piece is the personal contact that you have with families to show them step by step how to install it correctly."

MARGOT DAUGHERTY
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
"The most important thing that every parent needs to walk away with, is every time you get in a motor vehicle to go anywhere, it doesn’t matter if you’re going down the street, it doesn’t matter if you’re going 100 miles, 200 miles that you appropriately restrain your kids in their car seats every single time. There’s no excuse not to."