Wanna Save Your Kids From Nasty Falls? Follow These 5 Safety Precautions

children family physical health relationships May 05, 2022
Wanna Save Your Kids From Nasty Falls?

Taking care of kids is a full-time responsibility. And there’s only one way to rescue children from dangerous falls – create a safe space for them to play. As well as supervising whether they endanger themselves with risky games. The important thing is to keep a watchful eye for hazardous conditions.


Kids Need Protection:

The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia cautions, “Some falls, scrapes and bruises are a normal part of childhood. But falls can also result in serious injury. Falls are actually the leading cause of unintentional injuries in children less than 14 years of age, and are responsible for half of childhood traumatic brain injuries.” Here are a few quick tips on how to prevent fall-related accidents with kids:


1.    Limit Their Exposure to Violent or Rowdy Entertainment: 

Kids are like sponges.  They absorb what they observe, and imitate what they find exciting from TV or the Internet.  If kids watch a lot of thrill-seeking entertainment, there’s a higher chance they’ll practice something that gets them injured.


2.    Make Sure They Wear Protective Gear When Playing Sports:

A lot of times, kids play games that naturally involve the risk of falling or injury.  Games like skateboarding, football, baseball, and so on.  If any of your kids’ hobbies require protective gear, insist that they always wear it when playing.


3.    Scrutinize Outdoor Play-Areas:

When playing outdoors, always take the time to regularly examine whether play areas are unsafe. Confirm that surfaces are soft, even, and that children can’t gain access to ledges or elevated structures.


4.    Child-Proof Your Home:

For moments when you can’t physically watch your kids, it’s a good idea to install child-proof safety equipment such as window guards, stair gates, corner guards, furniture anchors, and so on. Safety equipment can give you peace of mind about not being able to watch your kids 24/7.


5.    Put Toys Away After Play-Time:

Any time toy cars, Legos, or other similar items are strewn across the floor, it’s very easy for someone to trip and fall while trampling on them.  Toys should always be stored neatly and securely to prevent random injuries from falling.



As a parent, the children who depend on you have nowhere to go, and no one else to turn to for their needs. Keeping kids safe should be at the top of all parents’ priorities. Which is why you should take extra care to protect them from falls as they grow up. If you like what you just read from our blog, you’ll love the various informative courses, workshops, and events listed on our websites and social media. Whether you’re interested in personal development, health and wellness, bettering your relationships, or the overall improvement of your business, give us a call at 1 (800) 913-0222 to find out how Richard Martinez can help you break past your daily struggles and start soaring in success.

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