Ready for a few safety tips, that will serve to keep your child safer, and put you more at ease? Read on…
When disaster strikes it is nearly impossible to shield our children from the media. How do we talk to our kids about terrible news in a way that makes them still feel safe in this world? Safety expert Pattie Fitzgerald offers parents some helpful advice to help us all move through tragedy.
We parents hear of random acts of violence towards kids and might want to keep ours close and never let go. But, is that what’s best for our children? Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, shares ten tips for safety.
There’s been a lot of talk in the news recently about kids and independence – …
Do your children know what to do if they become lost? Who should they turn to? As we head out to the crowded parades and amusement parks of Summer, renowned child safety expert, Pattie Fitzgerald, offers some savvy tips for playing it safe.
How do we teach our children safety rules without scaring them about the big bad world? Pattie Fitzgerald, founder of Safely Ever After, leads the way, sharing sensible and learnable tips.
Video: Learn how to make a safety wristband for your kids — a great safety tool and fun to make! See this clip from Ruby’s Studio: The Safety Show.
Video: “Boss of My Body” — You and your kids will want to move to this super catchy beat, that also sends meaningful messages to kids, ecouraging them to take charge of their bodies.
How can we talk to our children about safety without scaring them? In answer to this #1 concern of parents and caregivers of young children, The Safety Show, the latest installment in the multiple award-winning ‘Ruby’s Studio” series, takes a modern, empowering approach to kids’ personal safety.
Take a look at some behind-the-scenes snapshots of our latest episode in our award-winning video series, “Ruby’s Studio.” The show is all about how to empower our kids to keep themselves safe. Abbie Schiller, Founder and CEO of The Mother Company, shares her thoughts on why the show was made, and why it’s so important for today’s generation of kids and parents.