Best Friends Animal Society Offers Tips
to Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday Season
The hustle and bustle of the holidays can have an impact on everyone in the household, including your pets. Many traditions such as foods, decorations and plants that may seem harmless can be dangerous and even . . . → Read More: Keep Your Pets Safe This Holiday
When you think of supplements, your mind may jump immediately to the ephedra diet pills that permeated the market a few years back, posing as a safe herbal supplement to aid in weight loss, but actually leading to dementia and even death in some cases. However, there are many, many types of supplements on . . . → Read More: Can Supplements Help 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
How Can We Stop Violence Against Autistic Persons? Kristina Chew asked this question on Care2
How can we stop violence against autistic individuals? I’ve been thinking about this a lot. With the rate of autism on the rise, more and more children are faced with tremendous odds. They have a long, hard road ahead . . . → Read More: How Can We Stop Violence Against Autistic Individuals?
Police are investigating the death of a 4 year old in Durham County NC. Someone in the home called 911 around 12:30 am. The child was found downstairs, and the father was upstairs. Both were taken to the hospital. The child died, and the father underwent surgery.
Information about what happened is slowly being . . . → Read More: Durham County NC Father Kills 4 Year Old Son
November is Child Safety Protection month but why wait until then? Isn’t protecting our children something we should be doing every month, every day, every moment? If you are a parent, I expect that your head is nodding up and down in agreement. And, if you are a parent of a child on the . . . → Read More: Protecting Children from Abuse – 3 Simple Strategies to Keep Kids with Autism Safe
Are physical restraints necessary? Is isolation the answer? Is being locked in a padded room an acceptable policy for handling children 5 to 11 in an elementary school? When do the needs and safety of the many outweigh the rights of one?
I was horrified with this video. If my child was placed . . . → Read More: DISABLED CHILDREN RESTRAINT SECLUSION ABUSE