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Home safety resources

Here’s a list of suggested reading and research that can help you keep your children safer in and around the home.

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October 2014 Safety – Fire Safety Update

Fire Safety Update – October 2014 Leaves are changing colors, the weather is getting cooler, and soon we will be getting an extra hour of daylight as we set our clocks back on November 5th. Use this time to replace batteries and check all smoke detectors in your home. Smoke detectors save lives! Did you […]

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September 2014 Safety – Distracted Walking

Distracted Walking: Injuries Soar for Pedestrians on Phones More than 1,500 pedestrians were estimated to be treated in emergency rooms in 2010 for injuries related to using a cell phone while walking, according to a nationwide survey by Ohio State University published in Accident Analysis and Prevention. The research shows that injuries from so-called “distracted […]

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August 2014 Safety – Preventing Heatstroke in Children

Preventing Heatstroke in Children Since 1998, at least 600 children across the United States have died from heatstroke when unattended in a vehicle. The heart-breaking truth about these deaths is that they are preventable. Please take a moment to read the article below and learn how to ACT. Help us prevent heatstroke!   Kids Die in […]

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July 2014 Safety – Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety Summer Electrical Safety Tips for Kids and Adults   Summer is a special time of year for both kids and adults to relax by the pool, have fun, and enjoy the nice weather. Here are a few reminders on how to keep your summer fun, carefree, and safe, when it comes to electricity: […]

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June 2014 Safety – Sleep Safety

Sleep Safety SIDS is the #1 cause of death in infants ages 0-12 months. This is a frightening statistic that leaves parents asking: What is safest for baby? The number one thing to remember is: Back to sleep is best. Place baby on his back, alone, in his own space (crib or bassinet). For newborns, […]

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May 2014 Safety – Furniture and TV Tip Over

Furniture and Television Tip-Overs Almost 99% of US homes have at least one television and over half of the homes in the US have three televisions or more.  It is not unusual for young children to have one in their own bedroom.  Many of these televisions are not attached to the walls to prevent them […]

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April 2014 – Water Safety

April Safety Article: Water Safety Did you know that drowning is the leading cause of injury-related death for children ages 1 – 4? Children must be actively supervised around water.  Small children can drown is a little as one inch of water! Here are some safety tips for the water: When you are in a […]

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March Burn Safety

24 million people experience burns with 35% of them being children. Of those the majority ARE preventable…..Read More

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February Medication Safety and Poisoning

While the death rate among children has been cut in half since the late 1970’s, medication deaths as a percentage of all children’s poisoning deaths have…..Read More

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TV Safety

Every 45 minutes, a child is rushed to a U.S. emergency room due to a TV tip-over injury…..Read more

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