Wednesday’s Parent: Safety revisited

STOP for safety review. Photo by Wendy David-Gaines

STOP for safety review. Photo by Wendy David-Gaines

Safety and ways to protect ourselves and our children are topics that demand repeating. Our guard is up at the beginning and end of the school year but in between, routines may make us lax. Such is the case in summer. However, the warm weather break doesn’t make dangers disappear in camp, on vacation and even in our own backyard.

Suzanne and I are reviewing our safety tips for you to share with your teens and continue to enjoy a Happy and Healthy summer.

Here are my six ways parents can help their children of any age learn to protect themselves: Safe v. Sorry

Read Suzanne’s post: Top 5 Posts about Safety

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Wednesday’s child may be full of woe but Wednesday’s Parent can substitute action for anxiety. Each Wednesday Suzanne Shaffer and I will provide parent tips to get and keep your student on the college track. It’s never too late or too early to start! \

The bonus is on the fourth Wednesday of each month when Suzanne and I will host Twitter chat #CampusChat at 9pm ET/6pm PT. We will feature an expert on a topic of interest for parents of the college-bound.

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