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Child Safety

Do You Know if a Child Abuser Is Employed In Your School?

A deeply disturbing issue is unfolding in my town.  I’ve held off blogging about it until now because it’s truly a black eye on the town I love very much.  But now, as facts are unfolding, I’m writing this blog as a warning to parents around the country that individuals entrusted to care for their […]

Teen Safe Driving focus of I Heart Radio and Ad Council campaign – Take the Pledge

I’m a big I Heart Radio fan and just became a bigger one since they’ve partnered with the Ad Council to promote a teen safe driving campaign this summer. Yes, this campaign is geared towards teens but, let’s face it, parents can also use some reminders about the dangers of buzzed driving. In fact, to […]

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Bicycle Safety Tips for Children

As a kid, I remember the incredible feeling of freedom whenever I jumped on my bike and rode over to my friend’s house or down the street for a slice of pizza.  I would spend hours on my bicycle every day.  I’m sure that, back then, my mother never even considered having me wear a […]

Planning a family vacation with a special needs child

For any mom, trying to coordinate family vacations can be stressful. For those of us who are trying to coordinate a vacation that includes our neuro-typical children as well as our special needs’ child, (not to mention our spouses and older parents with disabilities) that task can be overwhelming. The National Autism Network, has provided […]

National Safety Council reveals largest safety threats facing Americans

The National Safety Council today released the 2014 edition of Injury Facts®, which details safety statistics and trends across the U.S. and worldwide. Injury Facts® has been the Council’s go-to resource for all safety statistics for more than 90 years. Among the more surprising statistics in the 2014 edition: Poisonings, including those from unintentional opioid […]