THE HOME SHOULD BE
...unfortunately, quite often it isn't. An open window, an unguarded staircase or cleaning fluids left within reach are just some of the many household dangers that can cause serious injury or death to small children.
!More children die from unintentional injuries than from all childhood diseases combined (National Safe Kids Campaign)
45%Approximately 45% of unintentional injury deaths among young children occur in and around the home, caused primarily by suffocation, drowning, fires/burns and falls. (Centers For Disease Control)
4Every 4 seconds a child is treated for an injury in an emergency department (Centers for Disease Control)
90Every 90 seconds an infant is seen in a emergency room department for an unintentional injury (Unintentional Injury Prevention CDC)
5The top 5 hidden home hazards are: magnets, recalled products, furniture tip-overs, window falls/blind cords, and pool and spa drains (Consumer Product Safety Commission)
"Injuries are understandable, predictable and preventable. They are not, as we used to think, 'accidents.'" - THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF PEDIATRICS
"Dad is a lot safer at home now that we've got your grab bars. The handrails out front are also very helpful and look a lot better than I thought at first. I can sleep better at night knowing he's less likely to fall. Thanks again Stacy."
"Thank you Stacy! It was a pleasure meeting you, too! I am so thankful that I discovered your website when I did because you did an amazing job childproofing our home. We are truly blessed to have met you!"
"From my perspective, the best thing about using Make It Safe is the peace-of-mind my husband and I get from knowing our home is a safer place for our daughter. "