Category: Kohl’s A Minute For Kids

Driving distraction free

Young drivers, ages 15-to-20-years old, are especially vulnerable to death and injury on our roadways. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, mile for mile, teenagers are involved in three times as many fatal crashes as all other drivers.  … Continue reading

Car Seats: We Have an App for That!

Dayton Children’s Kohl’s A Minute for Kids program focuses on unintentional injuries resulting from children and families being “on the go” including bicycle injuries, motor vehicle crashes, teen driving incidents and children being left alone inside hot vehicles. With data from our … Continue reading

Safety in another drivers hands

As a parent, when you drive your child or preteen you are responsible for ensuring your child is riding as safely as possible.  Do you make sure all drivers transporting your children are held to the same standards? Car crashes … Continue reading

From Big Wheels to bicycles

Spring is here and kids can’t wait to get outside and ride. Regardless of the number of wheels they have, children love to play with things that move. From the time they can walk, they’re pushing around a stroller. Once … Continue reading

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