Summer is winding down, but every day more and more teenagers are out on the road. There is perhaps no bigger worry for parents than their teens’ safety when they get behind the wheel, and for good reason. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, more …keep reading
The first week back to school can be a stressful one for kids and parents. But a little preparation and encouragement can help make the transition smoother. From supporting kids emotionally to reviewing homework, Dr. Eric Rossen of the National Association of School Psychologists offers his tips on …keep reading
Teens and drugs. Teens and gangs. Teens and alcohol. They’re all huge worries for parents.
But there’s an even bigger risk out there: teens and automobiles.
Highway safety experts recognize that the scientific research is indisputable. Driving is the greatest risk to all teenagers, in all …keep reading
It’s the law in most states that when your child outgrows the car seat, you’ll need a booster seat instead. Tragically, more than 1,000 children’s lives end in passenger vehicle crashes every year, and another 100,000 kids are injured, according to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety (IIHS). A booster …keep reading