Last week Safe Kids Georgia hosted two workshops in partnership with Teens in Driver Seat (TDS), based in Texas. In an effort to reach coordinators across the state, one workshop was held at the Macon Health Department and the other at the Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta offices.
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The Fourth of July is a time for celebration across the country, and fireworks are a crowd favorite each year. Safe Kids Georgia reminds parents that while fireworks can be fun to watch, they also can be dangerous, especially around kids, so whenever possible, leave the firework displays to the professionals.
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Safe Kids Georgia reminds parents to keep an eye out and avoid preventable injuries during the summer
The summer is one of the most exciting times of the year for your kids, but it’s also a time when kids can be at risk for injuries. That’s why Safe Kids Georgia is encouraging all parents and […]Continue Reading →
Safe Kids Georgia was proud to stand by Governor Nathan Deal, First Lady Sandra Deal and DECAL Commissioner, Amy Jacobs to remind parents, caregivers, and the public about the dangers of leaving children unattended in vehicles. On the steps of the Georgia State Capitol, Governor Deal said, “If you see a child in a closed […]Continue Reading →
As part of a grant received from the Atlanta Braves Foundation, Safe Kids Georgia coalitions recently held bike rodeos in order to educate local children and families on bike and helmet safety. The children learn the importance of wearing a bike helmet and why it’s critical to use it properly, then many of them got […]Continue Reading →
Ghost Out is a program specifically designed to target high school students and to spread the awareness about the dangers of drinking and driving, using drugs and driving, obeying the speed laws, and wearing seatbelts. This program is presented during prom and graduation season. Safe Kids Georgia supports this program because traffic crashes are the […]Continue Reading →
AAA PROMise is a program offered by the Auto Club Group Traffic Safety Foundation to protect teens and everyone else on the roadways during prom and graduation season. Safe Kids Georgia assisted AAA in bringing the education to students at Sprayberry High School in Cobb County this week in anticipation of prom night on Saturday. The t
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Leading pediatric hospital and design organizations come together to increase public awareness of child well-being and safety through an interactive children’s playroom design.
ATLANTA, GA- Two leaders in children’s health care, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta and SafeKids Georgia, have joined forces with Southface and Rabaut Design Associates to increase awareness of child safety, health and […]Continue Reading →
This session was moderated by Emma Harrington, Injury Prevention Director at Sheperd Center.
Garrett Townsend, Director, Public Affairs, AAA
Russell H. Henk, P.E. Program Manager & Senior Research Engineer, “Teens In the Driver’s Seat”
Kenneth Bain, Program Director, Cinema Drive
Garrett Townsend of AAA gave […]Continue Reading →
March is Brain Injury Awareness Month, take a moment to learn more about how to prevent a brain injury to yourself or someone you care about.
What is a Traumatic Brain Injury?
A traumatic brain injury (TBI) is defined as a blow or jolt to the head or a penetrating head injury that disrupts the […]Continue Reading →