Is your tribe ready to address child passenger safety in the community?
Use our Community Readiness Assessment Tool to find out.
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Question 1 of 12
How much of a problem is the lack of or improper use of child safety seats in your tribe?
Question 2 of 12
Please rate the existing child passenger safety efforts (e.g. education, car seat clinics, certified technicians, laws) in your community.
Question 3 of 12
If current child passenger safety efforts exist in your tribe, is the greater community aware of them?
Question 4 of 12
How would you describe the policies (formal or informal), practices, and laws related to child safety seat use in your tribe?
Question 5 of 12
How does tribal leadership view the lack of, or improper use of, child passenger seats in your community?
Question 6 of 12
If child passenger safety efforts exist in your community, would tribal leadership support implementation of additional efforts?
Question 7 of 12
How would you say the average family in your tribe prioritizes child passenger safety?
Question 8 of 12
If someone in your tribe had to unexpectedly transport a small child and they did not have a child safety seat, what would the average person in your community do?
Question 9 of 12
How knowledgeable are community members about child safety seat expert recommendations?
Question 10 of 12
How would you rate the level of expertise and training the child passenger safety advocates have in your tribe?
Question 11 of 12
Do efforts that address child health and safety have a broad pool of volunteers in your tribal community?
Question 12 of 12
How are current child safety efforts sustained?