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Safe Kids President Kate Carr and NHTSA Administrator David Strickland Join Students from 12 Capitol Schools In Lincoln Park for Event’s Official Launch
Activities for Kids
Below are some fun and exciting games and activities that will teach your students safety tips while they’re playing.
We are now in the thick of the fall sports and recreation season. Last year, 46 million kids played some form of team sports. As we keep a keen eye on the games, we also know we need to keep an eye on keeping our kids safe. We know bumps and bruises are going to happen, but there are things we can do to prevent more serious injuries, and even deaths, that will keep our kids from playing the games they love.
With all of the attention in the news on concussions in sports, the Consumer Product Safety Commission, Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the National Football League have partnered with a group of sports entities and equipment manufacturers to create a football safety and helmet replacement program for youth in underserved communities in several key markets.
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is used to rescue a person suffering from cardiac arrest. It’s an important tool to have on hand during practices and games if a child is not responsive, not breathing and does not have a pulse.