Child Proof Advice

                     A Non-Profit Organization Empowering Through Education to Improve Child Safety

  • Approved By The NC DHHS Division Child Development     
  • Authorized Dealer for the American Heart Association
               
                  
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Learn to Child Proof Your Home 





           

 



 


 









Child Proof Advice offers 
online training on child proofing the home. Watch for the launch of this new training in the 3rd quarter of 2014.

We teach you how and when to child proof a caregiving environment through our easy to understand videos.  Beginning before birth to protect your baby through the pre-school stages of development, we help you all along the way to keep your precious children safe.


When children first begin to crawl their curiosity about the world around them triples as they explore any and every thing. Preschoolers develop motor skills, but they have poor impulse control and judgment. They don’t have the strength, coordination nor maturity to avoid injury and their curiosity is a powerful force. As a result, they enter one of the most dangerous times of their lives when they are at the highest risk for injury.

Injuries in the home are preventable. 9 million children visit an emergency room each year due to preventable injuries and 120,000 children are permanently disabled. 70% of those children are under the age of four.  If a disease were killing our children at the rate reflected in these statistics, we would be outraged and would demand a cure. Yet, injuries are occurring like a major health epidemic.

Some parents and caregivers will think considering child proofing is not necessary.  After all, their parents didn’t seem to do anything special and they were raised successfully.  But stop and think….how would you feel if you were one of those parents whose child died in the emergency room? There is absolutely no greater devastation than losing a child and certainly that devastation is compounded when the loss is due to a preventable accident.  

In addition to online training, Child Proof Advice offers a Do-It-Yourself approach to child proofing.  This product allows parents of all economic circumstances to do as much as they choose in providing safety for their children...and to do it at their leisure.  The cost of professional child proofing is decreased dramatically with the purchase of our Do-It-Yourself Safety Guide and safety products.  

As with any child protection service, the offerings of Child Proof Advice are intended as a supplement to close adult supervision.  The knowledge of Child Proof Advice was derived from the evaluation of products, educational materials, prevention programs and the input from health care practitioners and experts in child safety.

Your question is not will your child find hazards in the home, but when...   

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      Mission Statement

Child Proof Advice is a non-profit organization established to educate the parents and caregivers of infants and pre-school age children in providing for a safe home environment.  



Vision

The vision of Child Proof Advice
is the elimination of preventable
in home injuries to infants and
pre-school age children by
empowering parents, caregivers
and professionals through
education to improve child safety.
  

Values

Our values include a high degree of personal integrity, an exceptional dedication to customer service, honest and respectful relationships, a commitment to teamwork and a passion for excellence.

Goals

  • Save a child's life
  • Educate parents and 
       caregivers on the importance
       of child safety
  • Contribute to the decline in
        the preventable death and 
        injury of children
  • Increase community 
       awareness of the 
       seriousness of childhood 
       injury


    Educating the Community
           (
State Approved Program)


  • Adopting Parents
  • Child Care Facilities 
  • County Health Depts.
  • Expecting Parents
  • New Parents
  • New Grandparents
  • Foster Care Parents
  • Faith Based Groups
  • Obstetrician Offices
  • Pediatrician Offices
  • Pregnancy Care Centers
  • Social Networking Groups

        Memberships and  
           Endorsements


  • American Heart   
             Association 
  • American Pediatric  
             Society
  • Home Safety Council
  • Juvenile Products 
              Manufacturer's 
              Association
  • N.C. Center for Non-Profits
  • N.C. DHHS Division Child   
             Development



A Non-Profit Organization Empowering Through Education to Improve Child Safety


For the children you are protecting, we thank you.




  
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Limitations of Liability

Child Proof Advice and Caregiver recognize that the information provided in this instruction is available to the public from multiple sources and the application of said instruction and information is strictly at the Caregiver's option.  The obligations and liabilities of Child Proof Advice are limited to the sharing of recorded and or written information and product suggestions and in no way holds Child Proof Advice liable for any accidents, damages or decisions of Caregivers and the involved children whether in contract or in tort, arising out of or in connection with the use, performance, operation or possession of any product or written material provided under these Limitations of Liability.  Copyright © 2009-2015 by Child Proof Advice.  All rights reserved.

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