Alison Rhodes, The Safety Mom, has exploded onto the national scene as the preeminent voice on safety, wellness and healthy living. From environmental toxins and healthy eating to sports injuries and cyber bullying, The Safety Mom is always on the lookout for the issues facing children – newborns to teens – as well as the entire family.
After experiencing the death of her child from SIDS, Alison became committed to saving children’s lives. Over the years Alison has expanded her career platform to include a gamut of vital issues facing families.
Alison’s ability to connect with parents in a down-to-earth, uplifting and engaging manner while providing important information has made Alison a sought-after guest on many national television shows including The Today Show, Fox & Friends, CNN International, CNBC Squawk Box, Good Morning America and The Doctors.
Both her newsletter, The Safety Scoop, and blog, The Safety Chronicles, as well as regular articles on popular parenting sites such as Parenting Weekly and Baby Weekly reach thousands of parents every month with tips and advice that help parents sort through the hype and get to the facts. She has a weekly radio show, “Keeping It Together With Alison, The Safety Mom” which features guests giving parents advice on staying happy, safe and sane.
Over the years, Alison has worked with numerous companies in reaching moms including ADT Security Systems, Johnson & Johnson, Evenflo, Symantec Technologies, Cord Blood Registry, SC Johnson and Unilever.
Alison is the mom of three children, the oldest with intellectual disabilities.
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