Easy Ways To Protect Your Family From Unknown Dangers

Easy Ways To Protect Your Family From Unknown Dangers

 

Keep In Contact With One Another

Children should “check in” with their parents on a regular basis. If your son or daughter goes over to a friend’s house, for instance, have them call you or your spouse every couple of hours. Your child may view this as nothing more than a nuisance, but it can be real lifesaver in the event that something happens. Doing so will give you the peace of mind knowing they are safe and free from danger, which is something all parents should strive for.

Discuss Dangers and How To Avoid Them5352302947_35f6297d5d_z

If you haven’t done so already, you should sit down with your kids and discuss possible dangers. For instance, tell your child to never open the front door for strangers, whether they are home alone or not. Children are a little too trusting in others, which can place them directly in harm’s way if they aren’t careful. This is easily avoided, however, by teaching your kids to turn strangers away.

Team Your Kids to Be Aware

Parents should teach their kids to always be aware of their surroundings Whether they are riding a bike, going for a walk, or just playing outside, they should have a general idea of what’s around them at al times.

Give Your Child a Cellphone

With many cell companies giving phones away for free, there’s really no reason why your child shouldn’t have one. In the event that he or she is ever in danger, you’ll be able to get in touch with them. What’s even more important, however, is the simple fact that your child can dial 911 anywhere, anytime – even if there’s no active cell service on the phone. Yep, most phones will connect to the local 911 operator without a working cell connection, as long as the battery has power of course.

Teach Your Child To Use The Alarm System

If your home is protected with an alarm/security system (which it should be), teach your child how to use it. They should know how to set the alarm, disarm the alarm via the numeric code, and even use the panic button. Most parents handle these tasks themselves, and there’s nothing wrong with that, but your child should still know the basics of how to use your home’s alarm system just in case something happens.

 

 

 

     

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