Uncategorized — 17 December 2013
Safe Holiday Visiting

Ensuring your little ones stay safe and keep out of trouble during those holiday visits.

Safe Holiday Visiting

During the holiday season there is a lot more visiting that goes on.  There may be open houses, or family gathering or simply dropping by at friends or relatives to say hello.  With kids in tow, parents need to be extra vigilant when visiting particularly when the kids are toddlers and preschoolers explains Pamela Fusselli, Executive Director of SafeKids Canada. “When parents are visiting other homes or places like their grandparents, aunts and uncles, or friends, be sure that the medications that are in the house are not accessible to their children. Often times especially with older adults there are medications around. And when the grandparents or aunts and uncles are visiting the child’s own home, they need to keep their purses zipped u p and in a closet somewhere because children will explore and will want to get into Gramma’s purse and see what she’s got in there.”

The Parent Report’s guest expert is Pamela Fusselli, Executive Director of SafeKids Canada.

Adapted from The Parent Report Radio Show. Any advice or information contained herein should never be a substitute for professional and/or medical advice, diagnosis and treatment. For more information please review Terms of Service.

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