Accidents taboo in world of perfect parenting Parents left feeling inadequate after reading posts on Facebook and Instagram reveal they would not be willing to admit to their child suffering a serious accident for fear of being judged on social media. New research out today from the Child Accident Prevention Trust (CAPT) reveals that nearly…
What can you do?
Share because you care!
Big or small, there are lots of things you can do to take part in Child Safety Week and help us reduce the number of children and young people killed, disabled or seriously injured in preventable accidents.
We all have a part to play in sharing the responsibility for preventing accidents among children, and we know that nothing is more powerful than the voice of experience when it comes to sharing practical advice and knowledge in local communities.
Getting involved is easy. Take just a few minutes to follow the steps below:
1. Sign up
Sign up to our mailing list to get exclusive downloads and all the latest Child Safety Week 2017 information direct to your inbox as it becomes available.Sign up
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2. Download the Action Pack
Download last year’s free action pack including tips, advice, activities, competitions and quizzes. Includes top tips for engaging with families and carers, info about some of the most common causes of child accidents and how to prevent them, as well as useful event ideas and resources! The 2017 action pack will be available soon.Download the 2016 Action Pack
3. Order resources
We’ve picked out essential CAPT publications and products, sorted by the type you may be looking for, that will support you to run your events and activities. Whether you need posters for an impactful display, easy-to-read flyers or booklets, or a DVD pack to help you make light work of running groups, there’s something for every need and every budget.
Start sharing now!