As parents, it is always a joy to watch our children run, jump, climb, and make new friends at the playground. It makes sense that our little ones enjoy the playground so much that they sometimes forget about safety and the possibility of injuries. So, as a parent it's important to be conscious of the injuries that may occur while they are playing.
A toddler in his booster seat.

Learn why it’s not OK to leave a young child alone in a car, even during the coronavirus pandemic.

A baby pulling on a safety gate.

Parents, learn a few tips to help create a safe environment for young kids to play in the home.

Two kids playing.

Keep kids out of emergency rooms and injury free during coronavirus pandemic with these safety tips. 

Safety at play during the pandemic.

Parents, here are a few safety tips to remember before your kids go out to play.

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Remember these home safety tips for parents and friends balancing childcare and coronavirus.  

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Safe Kids remains committed to childhood injury prevention throughout Covid-19 pandemic. 

An image of a medicine bottle.

Learn the safest methods for getting rid of your old or unwanted medicine. 

Injured teen illustrates the need for concussion safety

This month the Brain Injury Association of America will mark Brain Injury Awareness Month.

An infant strapped in their car seat.

Parents, learn how to find child safety laws in your state.

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