Car Seat Checkups by Norton Children’s

If you need help installing your safety seat or would like a certified car seat technician to check whether you’ve installed it properly, Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness offers year-round car seat checks. If these options do not work for your family’s schedule, call Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness at (502) 629-7358. Registration is required.

Four options throughout Greater Louisville:

  1. Downtown Louisville – Norton Healthcare Pavilion, 315 E. Broadway (Preston Street side)
    • Every Tuesday of the month
  1. West Louisville – Neighborhood Place – Ujima, 3610 Bohne Ave.
    • First Tuesday of the month
  1. Matthews – Norton Women’s & Children’s Hospital, 4001 Dutchmans Lane (Norton Medical Plaza 3 parking garage, fifth floor)
    • Second Tuesday of the month
  1. Northeastern Louisville – Norton Children’s Medical Center, 4910 Chamberlain Lane
    • Call to schedule an appointment at this location: (502) 446-5370

If your family lives outside of the Louisville or Southern Indiana area, visit the National Highway and Safety Administration page to find a certified car seat technician near you.

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