KIWI COLLEGE’S FREE WEBINAR
Keep Your Family Safe from Toxins With Philip Landrigan, M.D., director of the Children’s Environmental Health Center at Mount Sinai.
The incidence of childhood diseases—such as autism, allergies, asthma, ADHD, learning disabilities, childhood cancer, diabetes, and obesity—is increasing, and research suggests that toxic chemicals found in our homes, . . . → Read More: KIWI College: Keep Your Family Safe from Toxins
Throughout October, Energizer is inviting parents across the country to join the Energizer Bunny® Brigade on Facebook for a chance to win free smoke alarms and batteries for their home or a grand prize of a home fire safety makeover. It’s a fun way to get people thinking about an important topic – home . . . → Read More: Change Your Clock Change Your Battery
With the start of the school year just around the corner, Energizer wants to be sure your kiddos are safe when walking to and from the bus stop or biking or walking to and from school. The Energizer® LED Safety Flasher is a must-have for your kids so other cars and pedestrians can see . . . → Read More: Energizer Back To School Giveaway
On behalf of NSF International – a nonprofit organization that is committed to protecting public health and safety by developing standards and certifying products against those standards; here are some safety tips for packing school lunches.
Packing Bag Lunches Safely
Pack Nonperishable Foods The USDA now recommends that half of a meal be fruits . . . → Read More: Safety Tips for Packing School Lunches
For caregivers of Alzheimer’s and dementia patients or children with autism, the fear of their loved one wandering away and becoming lost is ever-present. Unable to find their way home or function well independently, impaired individuals are at grave risk of injury—or even death—due to exposure to the elements or hazards they may encounter . . . → Read More: EmSeeQ Locator Device Aids in Returning Lost Boy with Autism
April is Autism Awareness Month:
Tips to Protect Children with Autism from the Dangers of Wandering
This Month and All Year Long
Written By Kathy Kelleher, Vice President, LoJack SafetyNet
Autism is considered the fastest growing developmental disability, as it now affects one in every 110 children*. One . . . → Read More: Tips To Protect Children With Autism
10 year old Zahra Baker, of Hickory, NC, has been missing since Saturday. However, no one outside of her immediate family has seen her in weeks. Zahra is a young, disabled child. She lost her hearing and one of her legs from cancer. Her stepmother, Elisa Baker, has admitted to writing a ransom . . . → Read More: Abused and Disabled NC Girl Missing or Dead
We worry about our autism children being bullied at school. We hope that their teachers are keeping an eye out for them. What happens when it is the teacher that is bullying the autism child? Can you imagine your child coming home and telling you that his teacher duct taped his mouth shut during . . . → Read More: 8 Year Old Boy Has Mouth Duct Taped at School