Water Safety - child in pool

In the latest Unedited Mom blog, learn about Winston’s scary adventure in the swimming pool and tips for parents on how to keep their kids safe in and around water.  

Water Safety Blog

Safe Kids Worldwide and Nationwide get the word out through this press release about keeping kids safe in and around water.

On June 1 at the Cause Marketing Forum in Chicago, Safe Kids Worldwide was recognized with the highest honor in cause marketing, the 2016 Golden Halo Award. 

Do you have a new driver in the family?  It marks a time of new independence and new worries for parents.

There is sound reason for concern: Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of death of teens, ahead of all other types of injury, violence or disease. In fact, every day, six teens are killed in a car crash.

Parents play a big role in keeping their teen drivers safe. Here are seven things to remember when teens are hitting the road.

Drew Barrymore and Jack Hanna at Safe Kids Day 2016

Celebrities, parents and hundreds of kids celebrated Safe Kids Day, presented by Nationwide, at Smashbox Studios in Culver City, CA on April 24th. This was just one of 224 Safe Kids Day events taking place across the United States this spring to raise awareness and funds for the programs of Safe Kids Worldwide.

For more than 12 years, Safe Kids Northeast Florida has been keeping kids safe by finding creative solutions to reach families with the information they need most. One example is their medication safety program. 

Medication Safety Blog

The equivalent of about four school busloads of kids arrive at emergency rooms in the U.S. every day because a child accidentally got into medicine. That’s more than 59,000 kids each year. What can parents do? We have answers.

TV Tipovers

Safe Kids Worldwide and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) are once again teaming up to help make your home safer in celebration of National TV Safety Day.

TV recycling

Safe Kids Worldwide and the Consumer Technology Association (CTA)®, formerly the Consumer Electronics Association, are once again teaming up to help make your home safer. We encourage parents and caregivers to recycle heavier, box-style, cathode ray tube (CRT) televisions, which can be hazards for children if not placed on a low, stable piece of furniture.

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