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Keep Kids Safe 2017

Children in Wales, in partnership with Public Health Wales has developed a child safety toolkit.

Aimed at reducing unintentional injuries in the under 5s, this exciting toolkit provides your organisation and practitioners with all of the resources needed to deliver a whole year of child safety information and advice to parents.

The toolkit is provided on a USB stick is divided into 12 months.  Each month addresses a different unintentional injury topic and contains a team briefing, a step-by-step interactive group session plan, handouts, poster downloads, twitter feeds, text messages and face book uploads.  How you use the toolkit is up to you.  You can deliver it in weekly sessions, monthly sessions or even as ‘one-off’ sessions, depending on the capacity of your practitioners and the needs of your parents.

Issues addressed in the toolkit include nicotine poisoning, falls, scalds, blind cords and nappy sacks.  Everything has been developed for you, from the group delivery session plans to the ready to use text for your social media and everything is available in Welsh and English.

The Keep Kids Safe toolkit was developed to address the needs of practitioners, who stated; “We know we should do something, but we haven’t got the time to develop anything and we’re not sure what to do or how to address it.  We need something we can pick up and run with”.

It’s not just practitioners who have had their say, parents have also played a huge role in the development of the resources.  They have advised on details such as images, language used, the practical advice they need and also how they want practitioners to support them.

Whether you are new to child safety or are already addressing the issues, the easy to use format of this toolkit provides a structured, informed approach to unintentional injury prevention.

A whole year of child safety from just £135

The toolkit: USB resource info for web

Click here to order: Order form

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