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September 15, 2020     Category: Fire PreventionFire SafetySafety

October is Fire Prevention Month and preschoolers and young students everywhere will be learning about the importance of fire safety and fire prevention. Whether at home or in a classroom, it is important to teach children how to prevent fires and what to do if a fire breaks out unexpectedly. This is a good time to check out fire safety websites and to engage preschoolers in fire safety activities that get them learning about the dangers of fire. Usually, calmly practicing ahead of time, children are better equipped to handle emergency s...

January 01, 2017     Category: BabysittingParents

Choosing the Best Babysitter for Your Special Night Out!Ready for an adult only night on the town? Or maybe there is an upcoming dinner party that you just don’t want to miss? Maybe you’re looking for a long-term regular sitter. Regardless, as much as you love your child, sometimes you just need a well-deserved breather.Of course, you aren’t just going to trust the care of your child to the first person you bump into on the street (or maybe you will, maybe you live in a small neighborhood). You should always have a solid, dependable babys...

November 20, 2016     Category: MissingKidsParentsSafety

What to Do if Your Child Gets Lost!Losing a child in a crowd is a parent’s worst nightmare. Most parents or caregivers have experienced the terror of not being able to find their child, whether in a shopping center, at an amusement park, watching a parade, in a store – just about anywhere – often in your own neighborhood. The U.S. Department of Justice estimates that about 350,000 children a year become temporarily separated from a parent or a caregiver for at least an hour. Further, these numbers only show reported incidents and doe...