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Articles on Children’s Safety
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Fire Safety: Teaching an Essential Life Skill to Teens With Intellectual Disabilities ...Read More
Effective fire prevention and survival skills—life skills that can protect young lives now and in their future lives—are more than ...Read More
Cooking is the most common cause of home fires. Foodlink, a regional food bank serving 10 counties in Greater Rochester, ...Read More
Young children and people with developmental disabilities are among those at highest risk from fire. At the Mississippi Fire Chiefs’ ...Read More
When we think of preventable injuries, we may not think of our ears. But hearing loss is a growing health ...Read More
Swimming can be one of the great joys of a child's summer. But its important to be vigilant around water, ...Read More
Many people don't think of sparklers as a hazard, and readily hand them to children. In the states that ...Read More
Sometimes when we at Prevention 1st explain our focus on home safety and injury prevention, we get a puzzled look ...Read More
Bob Crandall, Matt Sauers and Ken Schultz knew for sure they'd had a good day when they were presented with ...Read More
“Safe at home.” It’s how we feel when we close the door behind us at the end of a long ...Read More
by Robert E. Cole, PhD, Robert E. Crandall and Carolyn E. Kourofsky Download a printable pdf of this article here. It's ...Read More
Halloween frights should be fun, not painful. Avoiding a scary visit to the hospital is simple, but requires some forethought ...Read More