Outside the Home and Car/Traveling Safety
- Keeping 'Em Safe Today and Everyday
It's National Safe Kids Campaign Month and with the holiday season upon us, this is a wonderful time of year to note the safety of toys. Seventy-five percent of all toys are purchased during the holiday season. Just because something is a toy, does not mean it is 100% safe. Let us help you discover how to tell if a toy is safe enough for your child.
- Holiday Toy Safety Tips by Jodie Lynn
When it comes to purchasing toys and games for the Holiday season, well meaning parents and relatives go crazy when it comes to buying "cute" or "hot" items for their kids. Follow these basic safety guidelines for age appropriate gifts for infants and toddlers.
- Giving the Right Holiday Gift to a Child: Age-Appropriate Toys For Children by Mark A. Brandenburg, MD
- Controlling Chaos: Hints for having a safe and enjoyable holiday
Among all the chaos there are steps you can take to be sure that you and your loved ones all have a relaxing, accident free, holiday. The Paranoid Sisters share their tips.
- Avoid Decorating Dangers
The holidays are a time for spending with family and friends, not for rushing to the emergency room. While candles, Christmas trees, and other decorations are part of the holiday spirit, they can pose fire and poisoning hazards, especially to curious children. Learn how to protect your little ones with these decorations safety tips from SafeKids.org.
- Holiday Decoration Safety Tips by Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Holiday Safety Tips for Avoiding Fires and Injuries by Consumer Product Safety Commission
- Choose Toys Wisely this Holiday Season to Prevent Blindness ~ Toys Contributed to 11,000 Eye Injuries in Children
- Be sure your holiday checklist includes a safety review
Often parents and caregivers give little thought to the dangers that lurk around the Christmas tree, in candy dishes and luggage of visiting family and friends. This year when preparing your home for the holidays, or when welcoming traveling visitors, be sure to go through this safety checklist by The Paranoid Sisters.
- Cooking with Safety in Mind this Thanksgiving Holiday