Maria has a Bachelors degree in Communications and a Doctorate degree in Physical Therapy. She has worked for over 10 years as a Doctor of Physical Therapy in orthopedic settings, on Broadway's The Lion King, and in private practice. Safety and injury prevention have been her professional focus for many years, and became her personal focus when she became a mother.
When she was pregnant with her first son, she decided to become a stay-at-home mom. She researched endlessly to determine which would be the best car seat for her family. After making the selection and reading through the manual on installation, she realized it could be complicated and confusing for parents. She wished she had some help along the way in this process.
There is so much doubt as a first-time parent, and the last thing one needs to doubt is the safety of their child in the car seat. She vowed to help other families in this often confusing and overwhelming task of education in car seat safety, the process of selecting a car seat, installation of that seat, and finally, harnessing the child correctly. She became a Nationally Certified Child Passenger Safety Technician and has been working with families ever since to teach them how to keep their children safe and secure.
We question SO many things as parents but our children's safety is one thing we shouldn't doubt.
Make sure your children are riding safely.
If you live in the Dallas/Fort Worth area, call us today to set up your appointment or to join a group class!
At My Car Seat Install, our goal is to empower parents and caregivers by teaching them how to install their car seat securely and how to harness their child correctly every single time. We offer informative and hands-on education in car seat classes in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. We also provide one-on-one personalized education and installation assistance from the comfort of your own home to learn proper car seat installation. If you are in search of a seat, we can help you navigate the hundreds of seats to find one that fits your needs.