Hello! Very good topic on the forum. I read a lot of comments and learned a lot about the new one. Yes, you are right, that the main thing is where children grow and learn, where they find comfort, love and care. Here they can see, touch, explore and experience the world around them, so their minds and bodies develop properly. This is also a place where children should feel safe.
However, home injuries are the leading source of accidental death for children. The media reports contain information about possible accidents that may occur, for example, bite a trusted pet, suffocate in a balloon or wander the front door.
Fortunately, due to education and prevention, you can mostly avoid house injuries. Parents can take proactive steps to protect children from children and protect their children by teaching them a few practical rules. Thanks to your forum, I learned a lot, and I want to add more. Snatching in water while bathing or playing time is great fun for children, but water poses many possible dangers. Drowning can occur less than an inch of water, which makes baths, sinks, basins and even buckets a source of great danger. For safety, it is important to prevent situations that can lead to accidents. Never leave your child unattended near water, even for a few seconds. If a phone or doorbell rings, when your child or small child is in the bathroom, take it away, wrap it in a towel and take it with you. Do not leave it alone: ??only a few seconds are required for drowning.
Backyard pools, whirlpool baths, marsh pools, even small koi or ponds can become dangerous in an instant. Make sure that you have a fence around the pool or pond so that young children do not dare where they should not, and think about the alarm system on the doors leading to the pool. Hot baths should be closed when not in use. Wading pools or mudguards should always be emptied when playback time is over. I hope my information will be useful.