Looking to enjoy the nice weather but not sure what to do? We’ve found some fun and easy activities that will get you and your kids outside and moving!
It’s flu season! October and November are recognized by the CDC as the best time of year to vaccinate children against the flu, since most outbreaks of the flu occur December-March. Learn the best way to prevent the flu and what to do if your children are showing signs that they’re sick.
School Safety Series: 5 things to consider before leaving your child home alone
All parents eventually face the decision to leave their child home alone for the first time. Whether they are just running to the store for a few minutes or working during after-school hours, parents need to be sure their child has the skills and maturity to handle the situation safely.
Protecting Your Child Against Sexual Abuse During the Summer
As we get our children ready for their summer activities, we know we need to pack certain items for their safety: the bug spray to guard against mosquitoes and other pests, sunscreen to protect against burning, water bottles and snacks to keep them hydrated and fed, and maybe a few band aids for those inevitable bumps and bruises. We think automatically about these things because we want to protect our kids and keep them safe from harm. But, we also need to think about other things that could potentially harm them – other people.
Keeping Kids Safe from Sexual Abuse this Summer
The school year is coming to an end, and there are endless requests and advertisements for summer babysitters, camps, playdates, carpools, and extended visits with family. We’re striving for the right balance between supervision and freedom, entertainment and healthy boredom. There are likely to be a variety of activities and people our children will be involved with, which means we need to remain vigilant and keep open communication about body safety.