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  1. Greetings!

    I’m the founder of the React Sidekick, a new wearable safety device that sends a widespread distress signal to your friends and family at the click of a button. Our low energy Bluetooth button pairs with our powerful safety app (React Mobile) eliminating the need to access your phone or unlock it to call for help in an emergency. I’m wondering if you would be willing to help us spread the word about our product on Childsafetyblog.org.

    The feedback has been incredible. See https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/robbmonkman/the-react-sidekick-changing-the-way-people-call-fo

    Please let me know if I can send you any additional information.

    All the best,
    Robb

  2. Hi editors!

    I’m Emily Harper and I would like to contribute to Child Safety Blog. Right now, I’m working on two articles namely: “Keeping A Curious Child Away From The Dangers of Your Home” and “Addressing Anon Bullies’ Persistence”.

    Does any of these proposed titles interests you? Let me know what you think. I can send you a draft for review upon your approval.

    Best,
    Emily

  3. Hi there,

    I was wondering how to best get in contact with Bryan Slaughter? I love the site and wanted to discuss it with him.

    Thanks very much!

    Best,
    Kate Nolen

  4. Hi there,

    My name is Max Bracken and I am the Marketing Director for a company called Bracken Foam Fabricators. I regularly write about interesting topics relating to my clients, and in particular those in the sporting sector, and have recently created an infographic entitled ‘Play it Safe – Sports Safety for Kids’.
    Did you know that 40 out of every 10,000 youth football players suffers a concussion? Or that there were a reported 389,610 injuries in Youth Basketball in the US last year? This infographic -http://www.foamfabricators.ie/wp-includes/images/Kids-Sports-Safety-Infographic.jpg explores the injuries that children face when taking part in sport, and offers some simple guidelines to ensure top class sports safety. I was browsing your website and thought that you may wish to publish the attached infographic on your blog as I think your readers would find it quite interesting.
    If you do decide to publish it, all I request is that you provide a link to my site (preferably this page on my site: http://www.foamfabricators.ie/sectors/sports/ in the post in which you publish it. If you have any queries at all about the graphic, let me know as I would be delighted to explain.

    Best regards,
    Max Bracken

  5. Hello,

    Each year the Window & Door Manufacturers Associations promotes a Window Safety Week in April, so I would like to discuss doing a child window safety piece with you. I currently work for Lansing Housing Products, Inc. and we are partnered with the National Association for Child Window Safety. If you are interested, please contact me via email.

    Thank you!

  6. My name is Rebecca Scheetz and my son Eliot is four and a half. I stumbled upon your website and noticed you are passionate about keeping families helathy and safe. As a mom, I’m too always am looking for products to keep my family and others safe.That’s why I started working “virtually” with LectraLock; it’s also the reason I’m emailing you. The company, LectraLock, has patented a safety device that installs over your outlets to protect children from electrical access. Basically it prevents kids from sticking their fingers, tongues, paper clips or any other extraneous materials into sockets in the sockets as well as from pulling out the cords. We’d love to be featured in your blog or mentioned in another social media outlet. May I send you a sample of the product so you can try it out. Please let me know if you’re interested and if you want to try out a single outlet or a double. http://www.lectralock.com/Child-Safety_c_7.html I hope to hear back from you soon. Thanks for your consideration. Warm Regards, Rebecca Scheetz

  7. Hi There!

    I have just gone through choosing child safety products for my baby and found your blog most informative, especially “Child Safety in and around cars”. I have had to spend a long time to research different products and how they stand up to each other. I have created a review blog to help compare as I had trouble choosing them the most. I will keep adding reviews in the future as new car seats come out with new safety features every year.
    I hope that my review site helps other people get an informed opinion before purchasing a baby car seat.
    Thank you
    Thelma

  8. Good Morning,

    I love reading all of the tips your safety blog offers. As a mother of two children, I appreciate and value your posts, and regularly follow new additions to your blog. I shared your blog link with my facebook friends.

    I had an idea for an upcoming article that I wanted to share with you. I am a huge advocate for safety, and I figured I would pass along an excellent resource that I recently used while visiting NYC. Its an interactive accident map that outlines the most dangerous intersections that NYC parents and children commonly cross. (www.walksaferNYC.com)

    Though I know your blog isnt focused on NYC viewers, I thought I would share since I’m sure you have NYC viewers and/or parents who commonly visit the city.

    If you are as interested as I am in the topic, please let me know, and I can help compose a guest post, or social media share. I look forward to hearing from you. Keep up the great work!

    Thanks,

    Donna Fitzgerald

  9. I know you cover safety information for families and thought I might reach out to you. We’re launching a product that makes fender sensors usable and affordable for the average person. You can see more about Fensens at http://fensens.com. Did you know that 22% of child related deaths are due to low speed accidents, typically backing up out of a driveway or parking spot? You can even put 60 children behind a car and not see them.

    Fensens is a first of its kind patent pending wireless solution that alerts drivers of objects in their blind spots through their mobile phone. Now you can drive with “eyes” in the back of your car. We’re looking for help spreading the word leading up to our Kickstarter. Do you think this is something your readers will find interesting?

  10. Good Morning,

    I hope you had a great weekend. I wanted to reach out and let you know how useful your website resources were- I shared them with my facebook friends who I know would be interested, and would be able to take advantage of your resources.

    I wanted to suggest the addition of another resource for family and child safety. Its located at http://www.childsafetyguide.org, and provide comprehensive information about child injuries, where they can occur, remedies, and ways parents can treat their children. Its been very useful to me, having a daughter who plays competitive soccer.

    Could you take a look and consider adding the link to your resources section ? Let me know your thoughts.

    Thanks,

    Donna

  11. Good Morning,

    I hope you had a great weekend. I wanted to follow up from my email last week and let you know how useful your website resources were- I shared them with my facebook friends who I know would be interested, and would be able to take advantage of your resources.

    I wanted to suggest the addition of another resource for family and child safety. Its located at http://www.childsafetyguide.org, and provide comprehensive information about child injuries, where they can occur, remedies, and ways parents can treat their children. Its been very useful to me, having a daughter who plays competitive soccer. Its perfect timing for the start of the school year.

    Could you take a look and consider adding the link to your resources section ( childsafetyblog.org/category/child-safety-2/more-resources-and-links/http://www.craftybells.com.au/index.php/child-safety-links ), or your social media accounts? Looking forward to hearing from you.

    Thanks,

    Donna

  12. Hey,

    I recently posted an infographic to my site that is specifically related to online child safety. I know you guys are online advocates for the same cause!

    Feel free to share the infographic which can be found using the hyperlink below. If you would like to post the infographic on your site I would be happy to write some unique content to go with it.

    http://securitysystemscompare.com/predators-use-social-media-to-target-children-infographic/

    Thanks y’all!

  13. Innovative Child Safety Product Launches On Kickstarter

    A new study, published online September 29, 2015 in The Journal Of Neurosurgery: Pediatrics, found that injuries to children caused by falling TVs “have become more frequent during the last decade” and “can be severe and even fatal, and are likely to become even more common in the future as TVs increase in size and become more affordable.”

    The Consumer Product Safety Commission states that TV tip over is one of the biggest hidden hazards in the home and has recently launched their “Anchor It!” campaign which reinforces their position that TVs that are not wall mounted should still be anchored to the wall.

    While researching how he could make his home as safe as possible for his toddler, first time parent and design engineer Spencer Zing was shocked at the lack of options for childproofing his flat screen television. Recognizing the installation challenges and functional flaws associated with aesthetically unappealing straps, he set out to create a product that would ensure his daughter’s safety as well as be aesthetically pleasing and user friendly.

    After months of research, design, and testing, the TIP-LOC was born. The TIP-LOC anti-tip flat screen stabilizer installs in minutes, requires no tools, leaves no holes in walls or furniture, and has a clean, sleek, modern look. But more importantly, it can prevent one of the ER visits that happens every 45 minutes from a TV tip over or one of the tragic deaths that occurs once every three weeks.

    In order to bring TIP-LOC to the public, a Kickstarter campaign has been launched to help with initial tooling costs. The campaign can be viewed at: https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1173985432/tip-locthe-flat-screen-anti-tip-stabilizer.

  14. Hi, Driver’s Little Helper, a new stand-alone smartphone-enabled car seat system, monitors temperature, movement and arrival. The system alerts parents and caregivers if:

    — a child escapes the car seat
    — the temperature inside the car gets too hot or cold
    — a child is left in the seat for several minutes after the vehicle has stopped moving

    Available for iPhone and Android devices, the Driver’s Little Helper app communicates with a sensor inside the car seat to send the phone alerts. If the driver doesn’t respond to the alerts, the system can be configured to send messages to other designated contacts. Please visit http://www.DriversLittleHelper.com for more information.

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