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The Right Seat

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“The Right Seat” resources and how to use them: 


The purpose of these resources is to support child passenger safety education for families in multiple languages and for families who may experience low literacy.

These resources include a short, educational video and print resource presenting basic information from the original “Is your child in the right seat” postcard in English and 8 additional languages: French, Arabic, Mi’kmaq, Mandarin Chinese, Nepalese, Swahili, Somali and Tigrinya.


*NEW* We want to hear from you! Please fill out our follow-up survey:


Provide feedback on the video and print resources. Your answers will be de-identified and then collated into a larger report.


Click here for the survey


Participants who choose to provide an email address will be entered into a draw for a $50 grocery gift card, but this information will be separated from your responses. Please complete this survey before October 26, 2021 to be considered for the draw.




How to use these resources

Download a “How To” guide in English


Child Safety Link hosted a webinar about the new “The Right Seat” resources and how to use these resources to support families on Sept 10, 2021.  Participants had the opportunity to ask questions and discuss possible next steps in using these resources.


The recording of this webinar is now available and can be viewed on YouTube at the following link: 

Webinar recording from Sept 10, 2021: https://youtu.be/VoOyk1lXHfI


The videos

Each video is between 4 and 7 minutes long and helps the viewer determine if a child is in the right safety seat in a vehicle. Basic tips for how to use each type of seat are also presented. Each video has been reviewed by interpreters and community partners to ensure they are culturally appropriate for the community who speaks each language. The images in these videos are of local families. The video, in each of 9 languages, can be found in the following YouTube playlist.


The print resources

Each print resource covers the same points as the video and can be printed with English on one side and each additional language on the other side. The print resource is intended to support an English speaker assisting a caregiver in the other language.


English Arabic Somali
French Simplified Chinese Swahili
Mi’kmaq Nepalese Tigrinya

These resources are designed to support you and the important work you to do to promote child passenger safety and prevent injury. Some suggested ways to share this resource include:



This poster is available in 11 x 17 prints by request




Additional Resources for Families can be found at this link: Child Passenger Safety Resources 


Do you have questions or need support?  Child Safety Link is here for you.


For additional support, contact Child Safety Link at email childsafetylink@iwk.nshealth.ca
or call 1-866-288-1388, extension 1 (toll-free in Atlantic Canada)