Tips to Prevent Shaken Baby Syndrome
How to keep calm and keep your baby safe.
Tips from helping other parents in the community and vulnerable children to being mindful and examining the way you discipline your children.
Survivors of domestic abuse who have left their abusers can take some steps to create safer surroundings, from changing locks on the doors to communicating about the situation as needed to employers, the school, and others.
Preparations to escape domestic violence include getting a protection order, stashing cash, clothing and spare keys at a friends, and more.
If you’re in a physically abusive relationship, please consider the following tips to help try to keep you and your children safe until the time comes when you are able to leave.
The importance of locking your car doors is underscored by a recent arrest made by Shaker Heights PD; two young men were caught entering unlocked cars after dark.
This is our final installment in our series on back-to-school safety in 2017.
Are you prepping your child’s backpack to minimize the chance of injury due to strain?
As a driver, are you mindful of school zones and safety?
Some ways to keep children safe on the way to and from school.
Summer is the perfect time for a family break, but criminals don’t take a summer break. You can avoid becoming a victim to lurking property predators by staying alert and following a few basic prevention measures.
Mosquitoes have long taken a bite out of warm weather fun. That bite now carries with it the danger of Zika virus, West Nile and other mosquito-borne illnesses.
Did you know your body is constantly in a struggle to disperse the heat it produces? Most of the time, you’re hardly aware of it–unless your body is exposed to more heat than it can handle.
When we think of water safety, we often think of the potential for young children to drown. But drowning also is a concern for teens and young adults.
Summer is synonymous with barbecues, parades and fireworks displays. But along with all the festivities are plenty of visits to emergency rooms – especially during July.
With summer here we are outside doing fun things including riding our bicycles. Here are ten smart rules to consider when you ride your bike.
According to SafeKids.org, though pedestrian vehicle injuries are a leading cause of death for children ages 5-19, no one is immune. Here are a few tips for children and adults of all ages.
Some of the most popular home scams that have been showing up around the country and what you can do to protect yourself.
This is part eight of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article discusses how to keep a Neighborhood Watch strong.
This is part seven of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article describes ways to gain the support and enthusiasm of members and remain mobilized beyond single problems and projects.
This is part six of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article describes a problem solving process to address concerns.
Watch this eye-opening video and talk to your children about the danger of strangers.
This is part five of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article discusses the roles of Neighborhood Watch participants.
This is part four of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article discusses a Neighborhood Watch meeting format.
This is part three of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs. This article offers suggestions to get residents interested in attending meetings, and to transform your group into a mobilized, successful Neighborhood Watch.
This is part two of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs, which clarifies the definition of a Neighborhood Watch program.
This is part one of a series of articles about Neighborhood Watch programs, an introduction to Neighborhood Watch programs.