New Help for Parents: The Ultimate Car Seat Guide

This blog explains a new tool by Safe Kids Worldwide called the Ultimate Car Seat Guide, which provides expert guidance to parents on the important decisions they face when choosing and using a car seat. 

Home Fire Drill Day

Be sure to create a home escape plan on Home Fire Drill Day.

Learning to drive is an exciting time for a teenager, and a stressful one for any and all parents. A driver’s license brings freedom and a new level of independence, but it can also bring serious risks. 

Learn the tips to get you and your kid ready for Bike To School Day 2016 on May 4th.

Help your child with Keeping a Balance in Youth Sports Participation. 

Every nine minutes a child is seen in an emergency room for medicine poisoning. And in almost half of those visits (48 percent), a child got into a grandparent’s medicine. Not that parents are off the hook — 38 percent of the visits were due to a child getting into a parent’s medicine. But let’s look at why this message is important for grandparents.

Dartmouth Head Coach Buddy Teevens

Meet Buddy Teevens, the Dartmouth football coach, who made the news this week for his policy of outlawing tackling in practice. That's right, for the last six years, no Dartmouth football player has tackled another Dartmouth football player in practice. Ever.

School Bus Safety

What's the safest way for kids to get to school? I'll give you one guess: it's big, bright yellow, structurally sound, has eight lights and a STOP arm. That's right - it's a school bus. Still, there are ways to make the school bus ride even safer.

road safety blog

On this World Day of Remembrance for Road Traffic Victims 2015, we pause for a moment to remember the millions of people who have lost their lives around the globe in road collisions. Here at Safe Kids Worldwide, we remember all road traffic victims, but we pay special tribute to the more than 180,000 children who lose their lives every year in vehicles, as pedestrians, as bicyclists, and on motorcycles. For children, road traffic deaths are a true health epidemic, ranking as the number one cause of death for those between the ages of 5 and 19, both in the United States and around the world.