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Welcome to Safe Kids Wisconsin

Child in car seatThe problem: unintentional childhood injury

Preventable injury is the No. 1 cause of death among children age 14 and younger in the U.S. Each year, 1 in 4 children need medical attention for an unintentional injury. However, as much as 90 percent of unintentional injuries can be prevented.

The solution: Safe Kids

Safe Kids Wisconsin is 1 of more than 300 grassroots coalitions in the U.S.,including the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico, that bring together health and safety experts, educators, corporations, foundations, governments and volunteers to educate and protect families.

Children's Hospital of WISafe Kids Wisconsin, led by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, is a member of Safe Kids Worldwide, a global network of organizations dedicated to preventing unintentional injury.

Safety equals freedom

Safety equals freedom ... for kids to explore, take chances and reach their dreams. Learn how by watching the video below.

News

Annual Car Seat Collection Event Details.

Is your playground safe for your children? Learn more.

Medication poisonings in children are happening at an alarming rate. Be sure to dispose of unwanted and unused medications appropriately. Learn more.

 

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Events

July 2 - Car Seat Check Wausau

July 3 - Car Seat Check West Salem

July 7-11 - Safety City Wisconsin Rapids

July 16 - Car Seat Check Wausau

July 21 - Car Seat Check Marshfield

July 26 - Car Seat Check La Crosse

July 29 - Car Seat Check Neenah

July 31 - Car Seat Check Viroqua

 


Programs

Street Smarts
Hey Kids! How Street Smart are you? Visit Street Smarts for fun videos and activities to test your pedestrian smarts.

Safe Kids Wisconsin is led by Children's Hospital of Wisconsin, a member of Safe Kids Worldwide.
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