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Safety Tips
Parents
  • Listen to your child(ren)
  • Know the people in your child(ren)'s life
  • Use proper vocabulary
  • Establish and follow house, car and school safety rules
  • Don't put your child(ren)'s name on items of clothing, bags etc.
  • Never leave a young child unattended
Kids
  • Always ask first
  • Your body is yours!!
  • Trust your instincts
  • Keep telling any/all bad secrets until someone listens (school nurse, teacher, coach, relative)
  • You can say "No"
  • Take a safety route to your home
  • Follow your house, car and school safety rules
  • Go to the right strangers when you need help (policeperson, teacher, Mom/Dad approved neighbor
Recommended Reading
Protecting the Gift: Keeping Children and Teenagers Safe (And Parents Sane) - Be warned: In many ways this is a terrifying book. It deals with a subject--violence against children--that most of us never want to consider. But, as Gavin de Becker stresses, such situations, though rare, can occur, so all parents must deal with the facts in order to protect their children properly. 

Caring for Our Children: National Health and Safety Performance Standards; Guidelines for Out-of-Home Child Care Programs, Second Edition - Caring for Our Children is the most comprehensive source of information available on the development and evaluation of the health and safety aspects of day care and child care centers. The guidelines address the health and safety needs of children ranging from infants to 12-year-olds.

The Safe Child Book: A Commonsense Approach to Protecting Children and Teaching Children to Protect Themselves - Offering positive, concrete safety techniques that parents can use and teach to children, a guide to personal safety presents anxiety-free tips that cover everything from code words to communication games.

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