Whether your a parent of a newborn or have one on the way, it is important that you know all of ways in which you can keep your little one safe around the house. In recognition of National Baby Safety Month, here are 5 simple safety tips to ensure the safety of your baby.

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This month we are recognizing Safe Kids North Fulton to highlight their child passenger safety efforts within the community. With the support of the Fire Marshal Office, Alpharetta Department of Public Safety, and Sandy Springs Fire and Rescue Department, Safe Kids North Fulton conducted a car seat check event to educate parents and caregivers […]

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It’s Back to School Season!

Although this school year will certainly look very different for all of us, rest assured Teens in the Driver Seat® is ready to continue being your go-to as the teen traffic safety messaging and outreach source. Car crashes are still the leading cause of injury and death […]

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While this school year will certainly look different for many kids, safety should remain to be at the forefront. Whether your child’s school will be conducted in-person or virtually, it is important to keep the following tips in mind to ensure your child is safe when traveling to and from school.

Phones down, heads up […]

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Firework Safety

On July 2, 2020 By

Source: KidsHealth Medical Expert

Nothing says Fourth of July like fireworks! But before you head to the store to purchase them, be sure you know all there is to know about handling fireworks.

What Are the Dangers of Fireworks?

If not handled […]

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As we wrap up the end of another great school year, we reflect with gratitude on the collaboration between the Georgia Department of Transportation and Texas A&M Transportation Institute. Teens in the Driver Seat® has developed a national reach of more than 1.3 million children. Safe Kids Georgia/Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta proudly serve as the state […]

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Fall Prevention

On June 2, 2020 By

With many families still sheltering in place, it is important to be mindful of ways you can prevent fall injuries in and around your home. Check out the following tips on what you can do to ensure that your home is fall-proof.

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