CHAD: Children Have An Identity Sticker


Rush-Copley is proud to be the leading provider of health services to the greater Fox Valley area and here are a few reasons why. They're the only level III neonatal intensive care unit in Kane County and the hospital more than 4,000 families choose every year to have their babies. They treat over 60,000 patients in their emergency room every year. Safe, quality care is their focus and nearly all of their outcomes meet, and often exceed, national standards.

Child car seats can reduce injury and death by up to 71 percent when used correctly. Illinois law states that children under the age of 8 must travel in an approved child restraint. Use car seats correctly, not because it's the law, but because they could save your child's life. In Illinois, 80 percent of child safety seats are not installed correctly, increasing risk for injury.

On the right hand side of the page under CHAD: Children Have An Identity it states, "As a result of a traffic crash involving a 13-month-old boy named Chad, a safety child identification program was developed. This program encourages CHAD stickers to be placed on your child's car seat and provides rapid identification in case of an emergency." Click to email them for the free sticker.

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