August Newsletter

Campaign Spotlight: Take Me With You 
About Hot Car Death, also known as Vehicular Stroke
Interview with Karen Osorio, Co-Founder and President of The Sofia Foundation for Children’s Safety
Interview with Shari-ann James PHD, PMH-C
This month is the hottest of the year in Florida and our 2nd campaign this summer is the prevention of Hot Car Deaths also known as Vehicular Heatstroke. We interviewed Shari-ann James PHD, PMH-C on the impact and contributing factors to postpartum depression, spoke with Karen Osorio, mother, co-founder, and president of The Sofia Foundation, which was created to honor her daughter and advocate for change, and sourced our own resources on this topic. We hope you find this information useful and we welcome you to join our social media, our website, or more importantly, in your own neighborhood, spreading the word on our campaigns. Hot Car Death is 100% preventable, yet tragedies keep happening. Let's End Hot Car Death!

Featured Foundation Expert Interview
 News and Resources 

The Sofia Foundation Discussion with a Bereaved Mother 
I had an insightful and heartfelt conversation with Karen Osorio, whose daughter Sofia died from vehicular stroke after she accidentally left her child in her car and went to work. 

Shari-ann James Ph.D., PMH-C

Shari-ann James took time out of her practice to speak about postpartum depression and exhaustion as a contributing factor to preventable child deaths.

Hot Car Death News and Resources 

News Articles 
PSI Postpartum Support International
Interview with Founder of The Sofia Foundation 
Learn more About the The Sofia Foundation 
Inside our Hot Car Death Campaign 

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 The Sign that Saves

Vehicular Heatstroke is a misunderstood and dangerous public health risk that is 100% preventable.  55% of cases are accidental and the greenhouse effect magnifies the risks to a child left in a car.  Our vinyl removable stickers act as a visual reminder to take your child with you when exiting your vehicle.    
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Kim and her daughter Livvy talk placement of their Take Me With You Sticker! Our vinyl removable decals are best placed on glass surfaces, in non-distracting locations within your line of view. Check with your state laws and regulations on the best and most safe use of decals, also known as stickers.

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Signs That Save, LLC’s decals are designed solely for use by adults as helpful and potentially life-saving reminders to help keep you and your child safe. All Signs That Save LLC decals should be kept away from children 12 and under because the decals may be a choking hazard and may be harmful if swallowed. 
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