Back to School Safety Tips to Make This School Year the Best One Yet!‎

It can be a stressful time of year for children and parents: Back to school season. While it can be exciting to go to ‎school, young children may face the anxiety of not know who will be in their class, who their teacher ‎is, and may struggle in developing a new routine.  Parents also may […]

‎National Survey Reveals Awareness of Safety Risk In The Home

Homes with children may have potentially hazardous window coverings despite high awareness of this “top hidden hazard” NEW YORK, NY (July 12, 2023)—A new national survey from the Window Covering Safety Council (WCSC) found that the majority of parents (86%) were aware of the risk of strangulation to infants and young children from corded window […]

Spring Cleaning: Clean Out, Update, and Add Safety Checks

Spring often brings that urge to do some cleaning, purging, and updating. It’s also a great time to check your home for safety issues and make upgrades. These tips will help you prioritize and get the most out of your springtime clean-out. General Spring Cleaning While you probably have your own routine, there are some […]

Grandparent Safety Checklist

When the grandkids are headed over, you probably prepare by thinking about activities to do together, books to read, and what favorite snacks you should have on-hand. Safety is likely something you think about when going for walks on a busy street or at the pool, but it might not be top of mind for […]

Baby Proofing Guide the Second Time Around

Parents who have multiple children will likely go through the baby proofing process multiple times. They have the advantage of learning from prior children to find out what works, what does not work, and areas that may be troublesome. The layout of your home and any appliances or risks that are around the home may […]

Caregivers Urged to Check their Window Coverings for Dangerous Cords

New York, NY (October 3, 2022) –  Parents and caregivers are urged to check the window coverings in places where young children frequent. According to the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC), window covering cords are one of the top five hazards in the home due to the potential strangulation hazard to young children. To […]

Safety Hazards in the Home: Things You Never Thought of Can Cause Injury

Many seem to know the basics when it comes to safety hazards in their home such as covering all outlets, sharp corners and locking up cabinets and poisonous chemicals. There are other things to consider as well, such as when the last time your dryer lint duct was cleared out or making sure all air […]

Tips for Staying Safe While on Vacation

Vacation can be a fun and relaxing time for families. However, families who are traveling with small children need to think about accidents or dangers that they may not have to consider while at home. Here are a few safety tips for parents and grandparents to help avoid accidents while on vacation. Many hotels, resorts […]

Tips for Childproofing Throughout the Years

Childproofing your home can be overwhelming to a new parent. But childproofing doesn’t stop in the first year. As kids grow, so does their ability to find new things to explore, some of which can be safety hazards. Be sure you know child safety tips and devices that can help reduce potential injuries throughout the […]