Wellness - Safety/First Aid | 1-9 yrs

Bathroom Safety Tips For Young Children

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Happy that your child has finally learnt to use the toilet on her own? But, what about her safety?

Using the bathroom is part and parcel of life. Yet, there are so many ways through which your child can get injured. From a simple pool of standing water to sharp objects in the form of razors, the bathroom can turn into a dangerous zone.

Always do a safety checklist of the bathroom to make sure you child can use it without being exposed to dangers. This ClipBook offers tips to make the bathroom safe for your children including how you can control certain aspects such as the temperature of your child’s bath.

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