Can you support student's and all our safety by getting involved? Local or national Marches are around the country. Travel to Washington with http://rallybus.net/?ReferredBy=159169
They are marching to show support for students across the country who are demanding that leaders take action to end gun violence in our schools and communities. What about you?
Catch up on details of the "March For Our Lives" next month in Washington, D.C. You should consider attending the national march or a local march to help keep children safe. Stop the continued school shootings now!
See the petition in the post below to help more.
"It was about guns. Guns give these disgusting people the ability to kill other human beings"
Carly Novell, shooting survivor #neveragain
Can we protect our children? States with the strictest gun-control measures have the lowest rates of gun deaths. Talk to your Representative. https://www.usa.gov/elected-officials
Need help with a school program for your child's medical needs? See 504 plan information at http://childadvocate.net/ Also note this comment regarding medical marijuana and other medical treatment in schools from TODAY. @MegynTODAY - For parents needing use of medication at school including marijuana see examples for diabetes that can be adapted other treatments. A 504 plan can mandate medication for school.
What could keep your children safe? Blister packs for pills decrease impulsive suicide attempts and accidental poisonings of children, while increasing patient dose compliance and portability.
Women’s March 2018 Draws Huge Crowds in Major U.S. Cities Again! Support children and families.
Tired of hearing about taxes? Children and families need your help. Please take a moment and tell you legislators what you think. They need to know! Here is a resource that will tell them exactly what you want them to know. It only takes a couple of minutes.
Do you know a child, teen, or adult with diabetes? Then please read this if you truly care about them. They will really appreciate it. If you already follow this or have suggestions then make a comment.
Does your son or daughter appear sad, avoids friends, and has dropping grades? See this article for information on depression and the risk factors that could affect your child.
You may think your kids are fine after a tragedy, but talk to them anyway. They depend on you to be there for them.
With the LasVegas shooting "have self care," she said, "look at their loved ones around them, their kids, talk about it." Reach out to your children and limit their exposure to the trauma.