Stephanie Geslao has substantial experience in injury prevention. She received her BS in Kinesiology after performing an independent study, in conjunction with an exercise physiologist, on preventing falls by improving balance.
In 2007 she became a Certified Car Seat Technician and began working at monthly child safety seat inspection stations. Stephanie has also taken part in many Safe Kids events such as National Walk to School Day, National Child Passenger Safety week in Walt Disney World, and GM’s national campaign, Main Street in Motion.
Stephanie continues to work as a Certified Car Seat Technician at multiple child safety seat inspection stations and has joined the Injury Prevention team at The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia to assist with the Injury Prevention Program.
Education and Training
Certified Car Seat Technician
BS in Kinesiology - Temple University, Philadelphia, PA
Titles and Academic Titles
Trauma Prevention Coordinator
Departments and Services
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