How To Conduct A Hazard Assessment Of Your Home

How To Conduct A Hazard Assessment Of Your Home

You usually think of your home as a safe place, but you might not realize how many hidden hazards exist. Home hazards can result in falls, shocks and other preventable injuries. All it takes is a thorough hazard assessment of your home to help prevent many home injuries. Conducting an assessment isn’t as difficult as… continue reading →

Bus Safety For Kids

Bus Safety For Kids

Discussing bus safety for kids with your children should be a top priority before every school year and after every holiday break. While school buses account for 25% of all traveled miles by students, they only account for less than 4% of injuries. Part of this low percentage is safety education and high safety standards… continue reading →

Stranger Danger Techniques To Teach Your Child

Stranger Danger Techniques To Teach Your Child

You always want your child to feel safe and teaching them stranger danger techniques is just one of the ways to do that. By talking to your child, you can help them understand what to do when confronted by a stranger. This helps give your child the confidence to say no when they feel uncomfortable… continue reading →

How To Create A First Aid Kit

How To Create A First Aid Kit

Every home and vehicle should have a first aid kit for minor injuries and emergencies. You can create a first aid kit on your own or buy one. The good thing about making your own is that you can customize it for you and your family’s needs, such as including specific medications. Your kit can… continue reading →

Home Security and Safety Tips For Seniors

Home Security And Safety Tips For Seniors

Your aging loved ones should always feel safe in their home and you can help them to feel safer with a few simple home security and safety tips for seniors. From falls to home invasions, seniors do face risks, especially when living alone. You can show them ways to better secure their homes. With a… continue reading →

16 Kitchen Safety Tips For Children

16 Kitchen Safety Tips For Children

Kids love to help in the kitchen. Keep them safer by following these kitchen safety tips for children. You don’t have to ban your kids from the kitchen. Letting them help you is a good way to introduce them to cooking and even encourage them to try new foods. By talking to your child and… continue reading →

Top 7 Safety Tips For Travelling With Kids

Top 7 Safety Tips For Travelling With Kids

Before you make travel plans for your family, it’s a good idea to review some safety tips for travelling with kids. Anytime you travel with children, especially younger children, you have to take extra precautions. The last thing you want is your child being injured or getting lost while you’re in another state or country…. continue reading →

Safety Tips And Warning Signs For Seniors On The Road

Safety Tips And Warning Signs For Seniors On The Road

Knowing when to have a conversation with an aging loved one about driving is as simple as learning the warning signs for seniors on the road. Driving abilities change as people age, so it’s only natural that seniors may not be able drive as well as they used to. You can help seniors stay safer while on… continue reading →

7 Tips For Teens To Help Prevent Cyber-bullying

7 Tips For Teens To Help Prevent Cyber-bullying

Prevention is the best way to end cyber-bullying. Today’s teens not only have to worry about face-to-face bullying, they also have to fear cyber-bullying in the digital landscape. The rapid spread of information via social media and texts makes cyber-bullying difficult to stop. The best way to slow it down is to take steps now… continue reading →

Food Safety Considerations for the Elderly

Food Safety Considerations for the Elderly

Food safety is an important consideration for older people. Seniors are more likely to become sick from bacteria in food than younger people. When they do become ill, it can take an older person longer to recover. The natural aging process causes a reduction in the amount of digestive acids produced in the stomach. Many… continue reading →