NEWARK, Del., Nov. 25, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Navigating the information overload of child safety can be overwhelming for new parents. But what if there was a centralized location where moms and dads could find the best tips for keeping kids safe?
The newly-launched Kids Safety Network does just this -- by putting the most up-to-date safety advice and alerts right at caregivers' fingertips!
At KidsSafetyNetwork.com, parents and grandparents can discover helpful strategies for childproofing homes, safety tips for travel with kids or ideas for encouraging learning, development and healthy eating habits. Other types of informative content offered include fun activities to educate children about fire, gun, road and water safety.
This new website also focuses on serious social topics involving children of all ages. Internet safety, bullying at school and cyberbullying are all crucial parenting topics in today's tech-immersed culture. Tips for spotting warning signs for childhood mental health problems, like anxiety and depression, are highlighted by Kids Safety Network, too. Advice for how parents might deal with these difficult situations if their child is suffering is a huge part of what this fantastic resource is all about.
Kids Safety Network also makes breaking news a priority. By sharing Amber Alert information provided by the National Center for Missing & Exploited Children across its social networks and website, Kids Safety Network helps to ensure missing children have the best chance for recovery. What's more is the latest details on food and product recalls are posted as they are released and then shared across Twitter, Facebook, Pinterest and Instagram, so that parents can easily -- and quickly -- locate all of the latest child-related consumer hazards.
Kids Safety Network's mission is to provide parents with a single place to visit to find up-to-date safety information, reviews, trends and tips on how to protect your kids in today's world. KidsSafetyNetwork.com endeavors to provide caregivers with practical information to help protect kids to their very best ability.
SOURCE Kids Safety Network