Health Consultants For Child Care

Enhancing Health, Safety & Learning for Minnesota Child Care Providers since 1993

Class: SUID (SIDS) Safe To Sleep & AHT (SBS) – Reducing the Risk (2023 Version)


This course covers Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), formerly called SIDS, and Abusive Head Trauma.

This course includes a certificate showing 2 CEUs for the enrollee after successfully completing the quiz.

Group discounts are available, contact us to arrange pricing.

Part one: SUID (SIDS) Safe to Sleep

Upon completion of this self-learning class all staff persons, caregivers or helpers assisting in the care of infants and young children will be able to:

  1. Describe the difference between the definition of SIDS and SUID.
  2. Identify at least 5 facts about SUID.
  3. Explain how the diagnosis of SUID is made.
  4. Describe the triple risk model theory related to the three main risk factors for SIDS.
  5. Identify 5 ways to provide a safe sleep environment.
  6. Describe the phenomenon of “unaccustomed prone sleeping”.
  7. Identify MN Child Care safe sleep regulations.

Part two: AHT (SBS) Reducing the Risk

  1. Describe the difference between AHT and SBS.
  2. Identify at least 3 facts about AHT/SBS.
  3. Identify strategies to prevent AHT/ABS