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Bath Safety

January is National Bath Safety Month. Bathing is such a routine activity that we often neglect to take proper precautions while we’re in what is absolutely one of the most dangerous places in our homes. But there are a lot of things we can do to minimize the risk of injury in the bath. So in honor of National Bath Safety Month we'd like to share the following 5 safety tips from HealthChildren.Org

 

5 Bathroom Safety Tips for Infants & Young Children

​The simplest way to avoid bathroom injuries is to make this room inaccessible unless your child is accompanied by an adult. This may mean installing a latch on the door at adult height so the child can't get [Read More]

 

Many of these precautions are especially important for the very young and the very old. Safety bars — or grab handles — and nonslip mats inside the tub or shower are just two of the most effective — and most common — ways to stay safe in our soapy havens during National Bath Safety Month.

January 22, 2019 by Journal Contributor