Welcoming a newborn baby into your home is a joyous occasion, but it can also be a stressful time for new parents who want to ensure the safety of their little one. From sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) to choking hazards, there are a number of safety concerns that parents need to be aware of to keep their baby safe at home. In this blog post, we will discuss some important safety tips that parents can follow to protect their newborn.

Safe Sleep

SIDS is one of the leading causes of infant mortality, so it’s crucial that parents take steps to ensure their baby sleeps safely. The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that babies be placed on their backs to sleep, on a firm and flat surface with no soft bedding or loose objects in the crib. It’s also important to ensure the baby’s sleeping area is free from hazards such as cords, wires, or furniture that could topple over.


As your baby grows and becomes more mobile, it’s important to make sure your home is babyproofed. This means securing furniture, covering electrical outlets, and installing safety gates to prevent falls down stairs or access to rooms that are off-limits. It’s also important to keep hazardous items such as cleaning products and medications out of reach.


Bathing a newborn can be intimidating for new parents, but there are some simple steps they can take to ensure the baby’s safety. Always test the water temperature with your elbow or a thermometer before putting the baby in the bath. Never leave a baby unattended in the bath, even for a moment. It’s also important to use non-slip mats in the bathtub and never let a baby sit or stand in an adult bathtub or sink.

Car Seat Safety

Car accidents are a leading cause of death for young children, so it’s crucial that parents ensure their baby is properly secured in a car seat every time they travel. The car seat should be rear-facing and installed in the back seat of the car. It’s important to read the manufacturer’s instructions carefully and ensure the car seat is installed correctly.

Choking Hazards

Newborn babies are unable to chew and swallow solid food, but there are still choking hazards parents need to be aware of. Keep small objects such as coins, buttons, and beads out of reach, and avoid giving your baby any food that could pose a choking hazard, such as popcorn, nuts, or grapes.

New Born Care Centre: The Best Hi-tech Equipped NICU of Bihar and North East India

At New Born Care Centre, we understand that the safety and well-being of your newborn is your top priority. That’s why we offer state-of-the-art facilities and equipment to ensure your baby receives the best possible care. Our NICU is equipped with the latest technology, including Bihar’s first High-Resolution Baby Monitoring Camera which monitors the vitals of every bed, ensuring that your baby is always safe and secure. Our team of experienced doctors and nurses are available around the clock to provide expert care and support for you and your baby.

In conclusion, keeping your newborn safe at home requires diligence, attention to detail, and careful planning. By following the tips outlined in this blog post, parents can help ensure their baby’s safety and well-being. At New Born Care Centre, we are committed to providing the highest level of care for your newborn, and our state-of-the-art facilities and experienced team are here to support you every step of the way.