InfantSEE®, a public health program, managed by Optometry Cares® - the AOA Foundation, is designed to ensure that eye and vision care becomes an essential part of infant wellness care to improve a child's quality of life. Under this program, participating optometrists provide a comprehensive infant eye assessment between 6 and 12 months of age as a no-cost public service
National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation (NOAH)
NOAH’s mission is to act as a conduit for accurate and authoritative information about all aspects of living with albinism and to provide a place where people with albinism and their families, in the United States and Canada, can find acceptance, support and fellowship. Banz works directly with NOAH's New Parent Program. NOAH has a team of parents, professionals and adults with albinism who would like to assure you that you are not alone; and that there are plenty of resources available to your family. NOAH’s New Parent Program offers a trained parent liaison volunteer to each newly diagnosed family. The parent liaison will guide you through the many resources NOAH has to offer, and also provide you the opportunity to speak directly to a parent of a child with albinism who truly understands.
Operation Shower’s mission is to ease the stress of deployment by hosting joyful baby showers for military families across the country. Their baby showers provide expectant military families with high quality products for their babies while recognizing all that they do for our country. Banz works closely with operation Shower to provide family's with sun and hearing education and resources.
Univeristy of Arizona Skin Cancer Institute
In an effort to help protect Tucson kids from the sun, The Skin Cancer Institute has developed a hat program, Hats On. Through this program, they are able to offer hats and sun safety information for an extremely reduced price. Hats are provided at a generously reduced cost through the partnership with Baby Banz, Inc.
What are people saying?
These worked perfectly for my 6 week old son. We used them during a marching band parade (24 bands with very long percussion strings) and he slept the entire time. My husband also brought him up on stage during a concert and he wasn't the least bit upset about the noise. They're very light weight too. He doesn't mind wearing them for long periods.
We'd surely be pegged for "parent fail" blog photos if it weren't for these. Front row of a dirt bike race? No problem! Redneck firework extravaganza? Get'r done! Late night camping trip with [...] friends? Put that baby in a tent and party. You deserve it. Snoozing babies not even phased. Lightweight and works like a charm! Fit fine at 3 mo is will growing with her. Can't really breastfeed or snuggle her head close with these on, but that should probably be your cue to find a quiet place anyway. Highly recommend.
Needless to say I am very impressed by these earmuffs. Our son was able to enjoy a 2+ hour movie that had a variety of different types of noises. He was even smiling after the movie. They seem to be very good quality that hug my son's ears comfortably, but also have the flexibility to grow with him without getting too tight. There is a reason this product has thousands of positive reviews. It is an excellent value.
As a mother it just gives me peace of mind to know that I am protecting my daughter's ears. She's going to need them for the rest of her life. So needless to say....."they were worth every penny".
Ease baby into your Sunday jam session ritual with a pair of pint-sized earmuffs.
That first year, when Seattle was only 8 months old, she wore headphones anytime music was on. Specifically, a brand called Baby Banz.
Some say the greatest gift we can give our children is the opportunity to explore this great world we live in. As magical as that sounds, the reality is that traveling with small children and babies can be challenging even on good days.
Keep those peepers under cover with Banz Adventure Banz Sunglasses.
If you’re worried about the dangers of UV ray exposure, fear not! We’ve got you covered with these 5 tips and our top picks for outdoor gear to ensure sun safety for kids this summer.
The sounds of summer can be music to one’s ears, but they can also cause damage, especially to Baby. From lawn mowers and fireworks to outdoor summer concerts, prolonged exposure to loud sounds can lead to noise-induced hearing loss in little ones.
If you decide to buy hearing protection for your baby, Baby Banz allows your child to still hear what’s going on, but at a safe level.
An easy solution for kids attending football games is a set of earmuffs such as Baby Banz; they come in various sizes, styles and colors.
Prince George was the centre of attention as he joined his parents at the world's largest military air show - the first time he has accompanied them on an official engagement in the UK.
Planning on taking baby to a dazzling Independence Day fireworks display? Consider bringing along pint-size hearing protection.
Ensuring that children stay safe in the sun will also help set good habits for the future. NB babies under six months should always be kept out of direct sunlight.
"Mr. DJ owns way too many sunglasses for a 1-year-old." ($17; BabyBanz.com)
Dr Diem Le said: ‘We’ve worked tirelessly over the past five years to educate parents in the dangers of letting their children wear sunglasses that do not give the maximum protection necessary, but also letting them know they can convince their little ones that there are fashions out there that suit both their needs.’
Enter protective headgear, like the earmuffs worn by Baylen Brees.(...) Most are not meant for infants, but Baby Banz sells earmuffs for babies 6 months and older.
Baby Banz has really cornered the market on sun gear for baby. Their products are made of 100% Cotton, Poly-Cotton Blend and have a PF(Ultraviolet Protection Factor) rating of 50+ (This rating means thehat will block out more than 97.5% of UVA and UVB Rays).