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How to prevent domestic accidents in children under 6 years of age

How to prevent domestic accidents in children under 6 years of age


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Even when we are at home, children are unpredictable, especially in the case of babies and children under 6 years of age. There are so many risks and dangers for a young child, but we can always prevent.

Always keep in mind all these tips about how to prevent domestic accidents in children under 6 years of age.

No parent wants their child to have any accidents at home, but sometimes we 'trust each other' and we forget certain basic rules of prevention. Write down all these tips on preventing domestic accidents:

  1. Do not leave him alone if he is under 6 years old. Never leave very young children home alone, especially if they are under 6 years old. In these cases, they should always be under the supervision of an adult.
  2. Never on an elevated surface. Never leave a baby alone on a raised surface such as a bed, sofa, etc. If you are in your cart, stroller, etc ... you must always be with your seat belt
  3. Crib bars at the correct distance. The bars of the crib must be of a suitable measure that the baby can not put his head. Likewise, if the house has bars, they must be protected by some metal mesh or keep the doors closed that lead to the area where these bars are, such as the terrace, etc.
  4. Barriers and safety nets. Protect windows, stairs, terraces, etc., with an adequate security system.
  5. A correct temperature. Monitor and control the temperature in general, of the bath water, food, radiators or appliances that burn including the iron, stove, ceramic hob, chargers.
  6. Be careful with the candles. Do not light candles or take care to place them in a safe place.
  7. Socket protector. It is important to protect the plugs, everything related to electricity that is in good condition such as cables and nothing within the reach of children.
  8. Protector in corners. Protect the corners of tables or any other furniture with sharp corners.
  9. Keep sharp objects away. Do not leave sharp objects within the reach of children (scissors, knives, razors, glass, etc.)
  10. Beware of chemicals. Cleaning or toxic chemicals should be kept out of the reach of young children and kept tightly closed in their original container.
  11. Don't put chemicals in water or soda containers. Do not reuse juice or soft drink containers or water with chemical products as they could be confused with those drinks.
  12. Don't put toys on tall furniture. Toys should be within the reach of children and not on tall furniture.
  13. Be careful with the cutlery. Do not leave knives, cups, glasses with hot water on the counter.
  14. The handles of pots and pans, inwards. The handles of the pots and pans should be kept out of the reach of children.
  15. The key thrown in furniture that hides dangerous products. Lock access to places that are not safe for children, such as basements, garage, workshops, storage rooms, etc.
  16. Medications in a safe place. Medicines should be in a medicine cabinet box that is not within the reach of small children and avoid leaving medicines on tables or surfaces that the child can reach.
  17. Be careful with small objects. Avoid handling small objects that could be put in your mouth. Such as earrings, rings, etc.
  18. Plastic bags, balloons or batteries ... they are a danger. Do not let him play with plastic bags, balloons to avoid drowning and keep them in a safe place.
  19. In the bathroom, never alone. Monitor children when bathing.

We must know the dangers that our children are exposed to at home, keeping their environment safe without falling into excessive protection, since children need a certain space for their development.

We should never leave children home alone, but as parents we know that on a day-to-day basis we may have an activity pending or we have the need to leave home for some reason (either in a short or medium time). The ideal would be to always leave them under supervision with someone they trust, a neighbor, family member ...

The age of greatest risk, with a higher percentage of accidents at home, it is between the first year to 6 years. And although legally there is no age to leave children home alone, parents must assess maturity, the responsibility of their children and depending on their maturity, their autonomy can be progressively increased.

It is also important that as a parent you know if he is a child who has confidence in himself and does not suffer from fear, anxiety about being alone for a while. Before leaving a child alone it is important to explain the things not to do, make it clear what the limits are and, following the instructions, no problem should happen.

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