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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.

Safety Tip of the Month

Water Safety

Information Courtesy of Safety Street, City of Kansas City, Missouri, Health Department Oh, the lazy days of summer are rapidly dwindling away!  The last days at the pool and lakes before the upcoming school year are few and far between!  Where did the time go?  The dangers of recreational water activities such as swimming, fishing […]

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Fireworks and Grill Safety

  Fireworks and Grill Safety With the Memorial Day weekend just passed all are turning their attention and making family plans for the next 4 day weekend which is the Fourth of July. The grills have been dusted off, charcoal has been bought or the propane tanks have been filled. Very soon dotting roadsides and any […]

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TV Tip-Overs Resources

Click on the link to read more: TV Tip-Overs Resources

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Making your home safe this summer and all year long

Making your home safe this summer and all year long – Go to page 20 of this link.

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Gun Safety in the Home

Gun Safety in the Home The safest home for children is a gun-free home If you decide to keep a firearm in the house, lock up guns, unloaded with ammunition separately and have the key unavailable to children. If you have a family member with mental health or behavioral problems, store guns away from the […]

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Holiday Safety Checklist

View the article by following this link: http://www.healthychildren.org/English/news/Pages/Holiday-Safety-Tips.aspx

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September is National Baby Safety Month

September is National Baby Safety Month. Since babies spend most of their time sleeping, it is important to focus on a safe sleep environment to help reduce the risk of SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome). ALWAYS put your baby on its back to sleep; every nap and every night. Use a firm sleep mattress with […]

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Boy Who Died Had Been Left In Vehicle

Mother Forgot To Drop Son Off At Day Care, Investigators Say. Read more… Just a reminder that Safe Kids Johnson County has posters and handouts for Parents and Caregivers on Hyperthermia. See the Johnson County Department of Health and Environment website or Safe Kids USA website at www.safekids.org for resources.

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Escape Planning – Are you prepared?

Plan Ahead! If a fire breaks out in your home, you may have only a few minutes to get out safely once the smoke alarm sounds. Everyone needs to know what to do and where to go if there is a fire. Safety Tips MAKE a home escape plan. Draw a map of your home […]

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Burn Awareness – Stay Informed

Watch this Burn Safety Video to learn more! Just because February and Burn Awareness Week are behind us doesn’t mean that we shouldn’t remain on the alert for ways to prevent burns in the home. Every year 24 million people experience burns with 35% of those being children. With that said, most are preventable. So […]

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