What Parents Need to Know
What Tortle Corrects
Every baby is at risk of developing Flat Head Syndrome. At Tortle, we want your baby’s life to have the best and healthiest beginning. Doing so starts with understanding and preventing the risks. So, what is Flat Head Syndrome?
Tortle Safety Tips
Do not leave your Tortle beanie on overnight when your baby is unsupervised. (When parents or caretakers are sleeping.)
Remove the beanie every 3-4 hours when your baby awakes for play, feeding, and changing.
Place the beanie back on with the support roll correctly placed when your baby returns to rest in a carrier or crib.
Make sure the Tortle beanie is snug, but not too tight.
Make sure the Tortle beanie is the right size for your baby.
Tortle Founder, Dr. Jane Scott's Guide
Pediatrician and Tortle Creator, Dr. Jane Scott has seen parental anxiety up close. In The Confident Parent, she shares advice on how to cut through the confusion, dial down the insecurities and unhelpful advice, and simply do what countless parents around the world have done throughout history: tune in to their own instincts and respond to their little one's needs without overthinking, overstimulating, and overparenting.