Seven Safety Tips from Top Parenting Experts
As parents we have naturally worried about our children since the day they were born. We live in constant fear that something bad may happen to them and that we may do something wrong to make things worse. However, there are simple safety tips that can help you keep your family safe. Check out these seven safety tips from Kids In The House experts to keep your children safe in and out of the house.
1. When a child is hurt, call an ambulance, don’t drive to the hospital. CPR expert Richard Pass explains, “We always recommend that if there is any question about the child's ability to breathe or any change in level of consciousness, that you call 9-1-1 and keep an eye on that little one for them to arrive.” You may be too distracted to drive your child to the hospital and unable to care for them while driving.
Do you still have questions on safety? Join us for a “Safety Seminar: Keeping Your Family Out of Danger,” tomorrow, November 11th, at 1:30PM PST. Experts will be participating to answer your questions live! Click here to RSVP.
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