National organizations that provide information on keeping kids safe in the home and in their communities.
Children's Safety Network
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Health Resources and Service Administration
Offers State-specific reports on injury prevention, and publications and resources on several injury topics.
Doctor Dad Workshop Kit
National Fatherhood Initiative (2005)
Enhances a father's parenting skills in caring for the health and safety of his infant or toddler.
First Aid & Safety
Offers parents a list of tips and tools to protect their children inside the house and out; what to do in an emergency; how to stock a first-aid kit; where to call for help; and more.
Get On Board With Child SafetyTM
University of Wisconsin-Madison, American Family Children's Hospital
Educates parents, caregivers, and consumers about changes they can make to prevent unintentional child injuries in and around the home and on the road.
Provides children with a list of precautions to keep in mind when using the computer at home or at school.
National Association of Children's Hospitals and Related Institutions
Provides a gathering place for the community of injury prevention experts to learn about effective programs, interventions, and strategies.
Safe Kids Worldwide
Safe Kids Worldwide
Includes safety facts, checklists, and information on how individuals and communities can avoid accidental injury.
American Academy of Pediatrics
Provides safety checklists for parents of newborns to 10-year-olds. Resources include the 2008 Framingham Safety Survey.
Safety Tips for Parents
National Children’s Advocacy Center
Offers parents a list of tips to keep their children safe.
Think Safe, Ride Safe, Be Safe!: A Traffic Safety Campaign
National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
Includes a fun and informative traffic safety website, topic-specific safety tip sheets, and downloadable safety activity materials designed for preschool-aged to 3rd grade.