And, as the holiday shopping season gets underway, parents should take steps to find safe and fun gifts for their kids.
As fun as Halloween is for children, it’s equally worrying for parents. Safety risks abound, from falling in the dark to unsafe candy.
Whether they’re using a conventional car seat or a wheelchair, here are some tips for keeping your child with special needs safe while driving.
From sleep tips to car seats — we’ve got you covered! Follow these six simple tips to help keep your little one safe.
Research shows that parents can make a difference by talking to their teens about expectations. Use these teen driver tips to help your child become a safer driver.