We are promoting Infant Mortality Awareness - “Celebrate Day 366”during the month of September. Now more than ever, as a result of the many challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic... It’s an initiative to support and inspire people to take action and improve the health and well-being of women, infants, children and families.
Juvenile Products Manufacturing Association (JPMA) initiated Baby Safety Month to educate parents and caregivers on the imporance of the safe use and selection of juvenile products. Since 1991, every September has been designated as Baby Safety Month.
As parents and caregivers know, there are many things to consider when it comes to child safety and injury prevention! We hope that you'll find some of the information below of use to you!
The American Academy of Pediatrics' HealthyChildren.org offers some useful information to families to help them ensure the safety of their children in a variety of day-to-day life situations …
All Around Safety: Environmental Hazards, Fire Safety, First Aid for Burns, Gun Safety, Holiday Fire Safety, Is Your Drinking Water Safe?, Pesticides, Poison Prevention, Safety Around Animals, School Safety During Emergencies, Water Sanitation Information
Safety at Home: Backyard Safety, Bathroom Safety, Battery Safety, Changing Table Safety, Childproofing, Choking Hazards, Disaster Supplies List, First Aid Guide, Garage/Laundry Room Safety, High Chair Safety, Home Water Hazards, Kitchen Safety, Lightning/Storm Safety, Medication Safety, Pacifier Safety, Playpen/Toy Safety, Preventing Furniture/TV Tip-Overs, Safety Around Household Chemicals, Safe Sleep Information, Stair Safety, What To Know About Child Abuse, Window Safety
Safety during Play: Backpack Safety, Bicycle Helmets, Bounce Houses, Bullying, Insect Repellent, Life Jackets and Life Preservers, Lightning and Sports Safety, Product Recalls, Safety in the Sandbox and on the Playground, Skateboard Safety, Sun Safety, Trampolines/Treehouse Safety, Water Safety
Safety while On The Go: Air Bag Safety, Baby Carriers, Booster Seats for School-Age Children, Car Seat Safety, Escalator Safety, Halloween Fun Safety Tips, Flying with a Baby, Prevent Child Deaths in Hot Cars, Safe Shopping with Children, Safety on the Way to School, School Bus Safety, Seat Belt Safety, Shopping Cart Dangers, Stroller Safety
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