Safety Resource Center

At StaySafe.org, we take pride in offering a wide range of expert advice and information for parents, family caregivers, homeowners, and others. Have a look at our categories and age-specific article listings: they’re here to help you keep your family safe.

Fire Safety for Kids

When ensuring the fire safety in the home and in general for our kids, the first and the last point on any parent's list is preparation. Think in advance, pay attention to details and always prepare your kids for any type of emergency. Also, everyone in your home,...

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How to Make a Fire Escape Plan for Your Family

The first and last thing when dealing with fire safety is preparation. If you are prepared and careful, there is little that can go wrong in your home for it to be set on fire. Having things like smoke alarms, escape ladders, and sprinkler systems in place will help....

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Home Fire Safety Tips for the Holidays

The holiday season is a great time for getting together with family and friends, but during this time of year, residential fires are a real concern. Fires in the home are much more frequent and tend to cause far more damage to property than at other times of the year,...

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How To Prevent Fire In Your Home

A fire can happen anywhere and it’s important to always be prepared for what you would do if you had one in your home. Likewise, it’s just as important to look at all of the ways that you can prevent one from happening in the first place. You want to know how to...

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How to Ensure Crib Safety for Your Child?

Using new standards that have come into effect some seven years ago, accidents and medical issues cause from cribs have declined significantly. Now there are much stricter standards concerning crib manufacturing, with the end of sliding sides and much better materials...

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What is the Best Car Seat for Your Child’s Age?

The prime concern of any parent, anywhere, is the safety and well-being of their child. This is especially important when driving a car, as you need to focus on the road and not on whether your child is tightly fastened to the seat or not. Sadly, many children and...

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Booster Seat Requirements for Your Child

Without question, the first requirement when buying a seat for child passenger safety is to make sure that it is the right fit for your child. As all parents know, children can grow very quickly and use of a wrong safety seat can not only make your child uncomfortable...

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How Long Do Child Car Seats Last?

While it is not unreasonable to think in this new day and age how companies and legislation are only used in the perpetual hunt for your wallet, in this specific case, it is not the truth. We need to throw away the misconception that child car seats can last forever...

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Where Do I Need Baby Safety Locks In The House?

Ensuring that the baby is safe is the priority of every parent or guardian. Children are a blessing to us and have no ability to protect themselves from harmful situations. This leaves the responsibility of maintaining a safe environment to the parents. Improved...

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12 Essential Baby Protection Products For The Home

Expecting a baby is one of those moments when parents have all kinds of mixed feelings. On one hand, you are excited about the new bundle of joy you are expecting. It is a life-changing event that will see you take responsibility for a new person your entire life. On...

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What is Phishing and How to Prevent it?

The term “phishing” is a play on words with the act resembling fishing and usually using misspells to lure in victims and steal their private information. Phish scams or phish attacks are when fake sites or emails are created in an attempt at identity theft or to...

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10 Tips To Stay Safe Online

Living in the 21st century means living in an ever-expanding technological time zone. This is the century which has marked the beginning of the technological singularity. Other than having some of the greatest minds working behind doors, the Internet has had a major...

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Credit Card Fraud Detection Techniques

Credit card fraud is on the increase as technology and global super highways develop. The cost to both businesses and consumers from this type of fraud costs billions of dollars every year. Fraudsters are continually finding new ways to commit their illegal...

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Cyber Safety Tips for Adults

The Internet is most certainly part of our lives these days. We use the Internet for banking, work, social interaction, dating, shopping and much more. However, scams, hacks, identity theft and many more dangers on the Internet are real and all too common. Most...

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Keeping Your College Freshman Safe

Sending your child off to college may be one of the most anxiety-provoking things you ever have to do as a parent. It creates an emotional separation that often consists of feeling a void, no longer feeling needed, and other challenges associated with giving up...

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Must-Have Safety Rules At Home For Your Family

Maintaining safety at home is something that cannot be accomplished by a single person but needs participation from everyone. There are various aspects that need to be looked into to ensure that home is a safe place for all the members. Safety features like smoke...

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How To Protect Yourself From Harmful Air Pollutants

Since the industrial revolution in the 18th century, man has been doing things that affect the air quality by polluting the air that we breathe. From the factories we run to the cars we drive and even the kind of fuel we use in our homes, all these things contribute...

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Medical Alert Devices

With an increasingly ageing population, society is faced with the need to address how best to deal with the needs of the elderly. It is generally accepted that the best thing for all is to keep elderly people out of hospital and in their own homes if at all possible....

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Disaster Relief Assistance for Seniors

In September 2017, Hurricane Irma made landfall in the United States on the shores of Cudjoe Key, Florida, and later, Marco Island, Florida. By the time it reached Marco Island, it had weakened to a Category 3 storm, meaning winds topped out below 130 miles per...

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How To Choose The Best Nursing Home Insurance

Planning to reside in a nursing home or sending a loved one to a facility can be stressful and confusing. More than 1.5 million Americans are currently living in nursing homes, according to the Nursing Home Compendium of 2015, conducted by the Department of Health and...

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Best Safe Home Security Ideas For Seniors

Growing older means having the joy of watching loved ones grow and succeed. It also means an increase of vulnerability to injuries inside and outside the home. A familiar home can become difficult to navigate and have more safety issues for the senior than years...

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Making Your Home Safe for the Senior in Your Life

According to the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP), by the year 2020, the number of people in the United States aged 65 and older is expected to increase to 55 million. The vast majority of this age group, 87 percent, wishes to age in place, meaning they...

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