The resources provided in this course are designed for practitioners working in the Community Action Program for Children and Canada’s Pre-natal Nutrition Program (CAPC/CPNP), as well as Public Health, Childhood Educators, Day Care staff, or any others working with caregivers and children aged 0-6.
Visit the Child Injury Prevention Course website to explore the different injury headings, messages, and images. Under each injury heading are images of the most common ways a young child can be injured, with a short message that describes the danger or risk in a negative image, as well as what can be done to prevent that injury, in the positive image:
- Burns and Scalds
- Suffocation-related injuries and Safe sleep
- Motor vehicle related injuries (Child passenger restraints)