Local police, EMS, and Fire Departments, and other safety organizations deserve our gratitude. Show your support for Community Safety with these educational and promotional products, including activities books, police hats, pocket pals, stickers, heat-sensitive pencils, water bottle kits, safety magnets, and more.
Provides fast, vital steps to take during the crucial period before medical professionals arrive. Sixteen medical emergencies include: * Bleeding * Burns * Car accident * Chest pain * Choking * Convulsions * Drowning * Drug overdose * Shock * Electric shock * Eye injury * Fall * Poisoning * Stomach pain * Stopped breathing * Unconsciousness. Reflects the latest American Heart Association and American Red Cross guidelines for rescue breathing and the Heimlich maneuver. Personalization not available in quantities 25-149
Revised to give parents and other adults updated information about today's most serious problems faced by teens. Topics include: * Alcohol and other drugs * Bullying * Depression and Suicide * Peer pressure * Sexting * Sexual activity * Violence and more. Window gives at-a-glance facts.
Gives parents the information they need to keep their children safe from bullies and cyberbullies (bullies who use the Internet, cell phones and other devices to bully) in and out of school. Includes Internet Terms To Know, The Warning Signs of Being Bullied or Cyberbullied and Ways To Boost Your Child's Confidence, which can protect your child from being a target for bullies.
Today's teens speak another language, YKWIM? LOL, JK! Help parents keep up with their kids and alert them to cyber risks. Defines over 80 shortcuts, acronyms, abbreviations, and initialisms teens and preteens use when sending cell-phone text messages and online instant messages. Also includes Cybersmart Tips plus info on cyberbullying and sexting.
* Alert parents to the dangers of teenage prescription drug abuse by addressing common myths * Provides tips for prevention, including talking to your child, setting rules and consequences, and more * Lists Warning Signs of Prescription Drug Abuse * Includes advice on what to do if you suspect your child is abusing prescription drugs
Wallet-sized, fold-out 8-panel card has instructions for 14 medical emergencies, including: * Bleeding * Burns * Fainting * Fractures * Heart attack * Object in eye * Poisoning * Shock * Stroke * And more. Adheres to the American Heart Association guidelines for CPR and choking rescue. Great giveaway during National Safety Month or at health fairs year round. With space to write phone numbers and medical information. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Raises awareness among parents and other adults about the dangers and extent of child abuse, and provides clear guidance on what to look for and what to do. Lists physical and behavioral signs of abuse and neglect, including sexual abuse. Includes a section on how to deal with an adult who is being abusive in public.
Defines bullying and cyberbullying and the scope of the problem across the country. Provides parents with important tips, including: * How to protect your kids * What to do if kids have been bullied * How to tell if your child is a bully. Also provides space to list contact information. Your personalized message on back panel shows how much you care.
Tool to help prevent sexual abuse in children and adolescents * Tells effects of sexual abuse * Lists signs of abuse in younger children and in adolescents * Includes how to educate children and teens about sexual abuse * Instructs what to do if a child or teen is suspected of being abused.
Handy guide with vital information on protecting children and teens from abuse * Tells common traits of sex abusers and suspicious behaviors to watch for * Lists signs of sexual abuse in children and teens * Includes other steps to take to help prevent abuse * Instructs what to do if a child or teen is suspected of being abused
Carry-along product instructs families about how to create a communication plan in case of separation during emergencies and provides space to write in important numbers and information. Also includes 6 Steps For Surviving A Disaster. Every family member should have a copy.
Law enforcement officials across the country are teaching the concepts of ALICE, an acronym that provides actions to take in case of an armed intruder. Provides lifesaving tips for potential vicims at schools and other buildings to Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, Evacuate.
Wallet-sized 8-panel guide stores family contact and health information for up to 6 people. Provides space for name, address, phone number, school or workplace and medical information. All family members should carry one to keep vital information handy in case of emergency.
Complete illustrated instructions for CPR and the Heimlich maneuver reflect the guidelines of the American Heart Association. There is also room to add your personal emergency phone numbers. Printed on high-gloss board stock with back panel available for your message. Personalization not available in quantities 25-249
Gives everyone raising or counseling teens warning signs and tips on how to handle today's major teenage problems, including: * Alcohol Abuse * Bullying * Cyberbullying * Dating Violence * Distracted Driving * Sexting * Sexual Harassment * Suicidal Thinking. Includes Basics For Helpings Teens Grow up Emotionally Healthy.
Provides 10 steps parents can take to guard their children from harm. Covers stranger danger, being alone at home, interacting with strangers online, improper touching, and more. Peel off the adhesive back strip. E-Z Stick Glancer is ready to hang!
When emergencies occur, every second counts. Glancer reminds all to dial 9-1-1 and has fill ins for important numbers. Hang by a phone for quick reference in an emergency.
Provides parents with 10 tips for helping a child deal with emotions after a weather emergency or other threatening situation. Includes how to talk about the situation and provide comfort.
Guides parents and guardians on how to promote tolerance and safe, peaceful behavior in their children. Tips advice: * Make time to talk daily with your child * Set limits on behavior * Know the warning signs of problems * And more.
Lists seven heart attack warning signs. In case of an actual attack, advises calling 911 and performing CPR or at least providing compressions, with instructions on the latter. Hang by a phone for quick reference in an emergency.