Safety of Our Children

When it comes to avoiding injuries without the need to overprotect our children.

The National Association for Child Safety teaches us.

How to adapt our home to the needs of its growth and as they acquire more autonomy.

Between six and ten months of life, a new stage begins in babies that require special attention from the parents.

The beginnings of crawling, which represents for them the discovery of ‘a new world’, and entering into new adventures.

Requires that we take into account certain measures in our home.

That will help them avoid injuries and make excessive worries disappear.

One of the first questions that arise among first-time parents is:

what areas are really dangerous in our home?

  • As our little ones prepare to run around the house.
  • Open drawers left and right and try to reach any surface.
  • We have to consider what is the greatest risk of exposure.

In this context, the three concerns that parents often face are electricity, stairs, and doors, among many others, of course.

Guidelines for the Safety of Our Children

  • Never leave young children alone or unattended.
  • When you drop them off somewhere.
  • Make sure they are under the care of a trusted person.
  • If it is imperative to leave them at home, notify your neighbors.
  • Teach them to keep doors and windows closed and never allow access to strangers.
  • Educate them so that they know the full name of their parents, places of work.
  • Telephones (including grandmothers)
  • how to contact the police or a neighbor in case of an emergency.
  • Know where your children are all the time.
  • I instruct them to never go out without permission.
  • Travel in groups on busy streets and to avoid isolated areas.
  • Use play areas where recreational activities are supervised by responsible person, and where police protection is available.
  • Make sure that you have become familiar with all the caregivers. Check your references.
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Behavior With Unknown People

  • Develop a password with your children and tell them that if someone tries to take them with them in any instance.
  • That person has to know the password.
  • If you do not know it.
  • your son or daughter should not go with that person and should notify you of the fact.
  • Know where your children meet and who their friends are.
  • Keep a list of names, addresses, and phone numbers of your children’s friends.
  • Do not allow your children to play around an unoccupied building or in a wooded area.
  • If someone unknown comes up to you and asks your son or daughter for something.
  • Make sure they understand that they can say “No” in order to get away.
  • Then tell you what has happened.
  • Tell your children never to give strangers their names or address.
  • Never let your children accept anything from a stranger.
  • Always investigate when your child brings unknown money or a toy home.
  • Make sure your children understand that do not keep secrets with children.
  • Make sure that you have become familiar with all the caregivers. Check your references.
  • Maintain good access and communication with your children
  • make sure that they talk to you about any instance in which they feel “uncomfortable“.
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Safety if Children Are Left Home Alone

  • Make sure your child has a key that works easily.
  • They understand that they should always keep it hidden and that they should never tell anyone that they are alone in the house.
  • Have written rules that your child must follow while alone at home.
  • Review safety rules with your child,
  • Such as not to open the door to strangers; to leave the house immediately if the smoke alarm sounds; etc.
  • Teach your child the basics of first aid, such as how to clean a wound or scrape and how to put on a bandage.
  • Plan something your child can do while he is alone, things such as homework or chores.
  • Make sure your children can reach the phone.
  • Post a list of the numbers where you work and the emergency numbers near the phone.
  • Make sure your children know that the phone is not a toy and that they should keep the phone line free in case you have to call.
  • Have your child call you when you get home so you don’t worry.
  • Instruct them not to inform any person (friends, acquaintances, etc.) about money, jewelry, or other material assets.
  • They have in the house, office, or banks.
  • They should be careful with the questions they are asked about it and inform parents of this situation.
  • If a stranger is still behind your children.
  • Make sure they know they should go to a public place, such as a fire station, a store, or a business that is open.
  • Teach them to reject “rides” from strangers and not to be accompanied by strangers on foot anywhere.
  • Even if they are told that their mom or dad have given their approval
  • They immediately inform the nearest authority (teacher, teacher, police, etc.)
  • About someone trying to disturb or annoy them. Nor should they accept gifts of any kind.
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Finally, children are the most important thing in the community.

Safety should be our primary consideration when we leave them alone, at home, or when they are playing.

We hope these reports make your children live safer lives.