Category: Safety

Teens on the move

Of the many hazards parents of teenagers worry about—driving, drinking, later curfews, dating—one that likely doesn’t create alarm is walking. However, new research released by Safe Kids Worldwise, with support from FedEx, found every hour of every day a teen pedestrian … Continue reading

Child passenger safety week 2014

Dayton Children’s is dedicated to ensuring all children are safe “on the way” as they travel in car and booster seats. We are participating in Child Passenger Safety Week, a campaign dedicated to helping parents and caregivers make sure their … Continue reading

Awareness is making an impact

The holiday weekend brought the 24th child death due to being left alone or gaining access to a vehicle.  It’s a sad way to end the summer. However, there is some silver lining when it comes to children being left … Continue reading

Mommy, I can do it by myself

“Mommy, I can do it all by myself” is a very common phrase in my home lately.  Mary at three-and-a-half-years-old is dressing herself, choosing snacks, picking flowers or veggies from the garden and even sitting on the toilet by herself … Continue reading

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