Parents

An Age by Age Guide to Talking to Children About Mass Shootings

  Original source the New York Times https://www.nytimes.com/article/talk-about-school-shootings-kids.html?smid=em-share    A devastating reality of raising children in America today is that parents must be prepared to talk to their kids about…

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Prepping Kids for Sleep Away Camp

Do Not Have This Conversation the Night Before You Send your Kid to Camp Hurray! You have made the decision to send your child to overnight camp. First year or…

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Do Children Need Selfcare

May is Mental Health Awareness Month. There has been much discussion during the pandemic, about the importance of self-care for adults. We have all been experiencing a level of societal…

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The Most Important Thing To Do If You Lose Your Child in Public

(original source: Popsugar Parenting) Have you ever been out with your family and you lose track of one of your kids? If you’re like most parents, you’ll scan your surroundings,…

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Your Child’s Personal Safety During COVID-19

Vulnerable children become more vulnerable, people that feel powerless are less empowered, and a general stress that complicates life is in the air; this is life during COVID-19. KidSafe has…

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Q: How do we talk about touch with our kids?

A: It is much easier to talk about all sorts of touch with our kids if we have a name for it. Let’s start with Safe Touch. Mom! Bryan hit…

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Q: Does your child know who they can go to for help?

A: Children who know they have a core group of people that have their back (research says having just one can save a child) are more secure, independent and resilient….

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Q: When should I give my child a cell phone?

A: Deciding to allow your child to have a cell phone is a big decision. There are pros and cons. There is no perfect age as to when to give…

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