We understand that families have many questions about car seat safety and the precautions they can take to protect their child. We have these online resources that can help answer your questions and connect you with the information you need.
- Bike Safety Tips (PDFs in English and Spanish)
- Car Seat Safety Resources (PDFs in English and Spanish)
- Does Your Child Need A Booster Seat? (PDF)
- How to Find the Right Car Seat
- Injury Prevention & Control: Motor Vehicle Safety
- Pedestrian Safety Tips (PDFs in English and Spanish)
- Preventing Heatstroke in Cars
- Safety Tips for Caregivers During the COVID-19 Pandemic (PDF)
- Taking Your Baby Home from the Hospital (PDF)
- United States Consumer Product Safety Commission
Sometimes kids with special needs have a hard time with their car seat while you are driving, especially if they have autism or ADHD. Here are some tips for keeping your child happy in their car seat.
Sometimes, children with special needs have a hard time using a conventional car seat, especially if they have tight muscles or low tone. Here are three tips to help keep your child safe while riding in the car.
Using a Wheelchair
In talking with your medical team, you may have decided that using a wheelchair as a seat in the car is the safest choice for your child. Here are three tips on how to safely ride with your child in their wheelchair.
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Summer Activity Guide
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Global Road Safety Activity Guide
Safe Kids DC has developed a calendar with traffic safety activities for you and your family