Information and resources for parents and families which may assist in the development of your child.
The home is the most common location for childhood injury to occur. There can be many hazards in the home which can lead to injuries from falls, drowning, burns & scalds, choking & suffocation, electrocution, toys, dog bites and more.
Please follow the link below for further information:Kidsafe – Parents Guide to Homes
In Australia, Transport injuries are the most common cause of child injury death and second most common cause of injury related hospital admission for children aged 0 to 14 years. The good news is that you can reduce the risk of road trauma for children. The Kidsafe resources below have been developed to help guide parents, carers and professionals in all areas of road safety including driveway safety, car safety, child car restraints (car seats), fitting child restraints, dangers of hot cars, pedestrian safety, small wheeled devices (scooters, skateboards, etc.) and bike safety.
Please follow the link below for further information:Kidsafe – Car and Road Safety
Drowning continues to be one of the biggest killers of Australian children. Every year a number of children are killed and hundreds more are rescued from near drowning situations. The most common factor in childhood drowning is lack of supervision.
Please follow the link below for further information:Kidsafe – Water Safety
Parenting SA supports parents by providing quality information on raising children and young people from birth to 18 years. It has developed over 80 Parent Easy Guides that provide evidence-based, easy to read information on a wide range of parenting topics. These are free in South Australia, regularly updated, and have been popular with parents and practitioners for over 20 years.
Please follow the link below for further information:Parenting SA – Guide to Parenting
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