FREE Kids Safety Tips

How can you Keep your Children Safe and Healthy?

Learn now how to prepare your children against life-threatening situations from Pre-K through high school!
Don’t miss your opportunity to provide them with life-saving information and help them deal with any emergency!

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KIDS SAFETY TIPS FROM A TO Z

Alcohol Abuse

Regardless of quantity or frequency of consumption>>

Anorexia

Anorexia nervosa is one of the underlying causes of death among teens >>

Armed Intruder(s) – School Shooting(s)

Whether they are students or complete strangers to the school population>>

Bulimia

80% of 13-year-olds have attempted to lose weight>>

Bullying

Bullying consists in intentionally tormenting others in order to have power and domination over them>>

Contagious Diseases

Some transmitted diseases may have severe health consequences>>

Dangerous Games

Each year, a whole range of extremely dangerous new games appears in schools>>

Discrimination

Discrimination is understood as harmful differences related to race, color, gender, religion...>>

Drug Abuse

22% of the 12th graders have report reported using illicit drug>>

Eating Disorders

95% of those who have eating disorders are between the ages of 12 and 25>>

Extortion

Extortion means to force people to relinquish their money or goods through bullying>>

Internet Threats – Cyberstalking

The Internet is an amazing tool for research, communication, and socializing>>

Happy Slapping

“Happy Slapping” is a craze which consists of a premeditated attack>>

Nicotine Addiction

Tobacco is a plant that contains nicotine>>

Obesity

Obesity means an excess of body fat which results in at least 20 percent overweight>>

Physical Assault

People are attacked both physically and verbally on a daily basis>>

Robbery

To take something from another person dishonestly>>

Running Away

Running away is characterized by a short or long-term escape from home>>

School Field Trips

Field trips may expose students to a range of potentially dangerous physical>>

Self-Medication

To self-medicate means to take drugs without a doctor’s presc>>

Sexual Abuse

Sexual abuse is any kind of sexual physical contact >>

Sexual Harassment

Stalking and sexual harassment may be inflicted by a classmate>>

Sexually Transmitted Diseases (STDs)

Genital herpes, chlamydia, condyloma, syphilis, gonorrhea, hepatitis B, and AIDS>>

Smoking

Tobacco is a plant that contains nicotine>>

Suicidal Behavior

The wish to commit suicide is often the result of a deep depression>>

Stalking

Stalking and sexual harassment may be inflicted by a classmate>>

Talking to Strangers

Talking to strangers involves a great risk factor, mainly during childhood>>

Transmissible Animal Diseases (Zoonoses)

Transmissible animal diseases (also called zoonoses) can be spread from animals to humans>>

Truancy

Running away is characterized by a short or long-term escape from home>>

Verbal Abuse

People are attacked both physically and verbally on a daily basis>>