• Activate Your Family (Exercise) links to PDF file

    Kids who are active often do better in school! Establishing an active lifestyle can help your family live longer, healthier lives.
  • Bed Sharing & SIDS links to PDF file

    Infants who share a bed with another person, adult or child, are at an increased risk for SIDS.
  • Carbon Monoxide Poisoning links to PDF file

    Carbon Monoxide is an invisible gas. It has no smell, taste, or color. Here are some tips on how to avoid this poison.
  • Car Seats and Seatbelts links to PDF file

    Facts about transporting children safety.
  • Consumer Products Safety Information

  • CPSC Guide to New Crib Standards for Child Care Providers

    Safe cribs are essential for child care providers. Cribs in child care facilities and home day cares must meet new and improved federal standards that became effective on December 28, 2012.
  • Cribs

  • Epilepsy and Early Education and Care  pdf format of Epilepsy and Early Education and Care
docx format of                             Epilepsy and Early Education and Care

  • Ipecac links to PDF file

    The Massachusetts Department of Public Health has notified the Department of Early Education and Care that, following the American Academy of Pediatrics announcement, the Regional Center for Poison Control and Prevention will no longer recommend syrup of ipecac as a treatment for any potential poisoning. The public will also be advised to no longer keep ipecac in the home.
  • Kids in Motion (Activities) links to PDF file

    Newborn infants have little control over their muscles. As they grow, they develop remarkable motor skills. These skills form the foundation of MOVEMENT!
  • Preventing Choking In Our Children  pdf format of Preventing Choking In Our Children
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    Informational brochure for parents and providers on how to prevent choking. The brochure includes foods to avoid, how to make food safer, items that young children should never play with, plus other steps caregivers can take to keep children safe.

  • Renovate Right - Lead Safe Certified Guide links to PDF file

    Important lead hazard information for families, child care providers and schools.
  • Resources for Information on SIDS links to PDF file

    Additional resources for information on SIDS.
  • Shaken Baby links to PDF file

    Shaken Baby Syndrome describes the injuries babies and very young children sustain from being violently shaken. It is a severe form of head injury. Shaking a baby is child abuse. Never, never shake a baby.
  • Summer Safety links to PDF file

    Practice prevention and supervision to keep kids safe outside.
  • Supports in Response to Traumatic Community Events

    Tragic events in the community may understandably raise questions or concerns among children and youth who need to feel safe in their surroundings.  There are several resources available that are designed to offer social and emotional support to those who need assistance with processing, understanding, or coping with tragedies or grief.

  • Water Safety for Group and School Age  pdf format of Water Safety for Group and School Age
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