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Kids, Teens, Adults, & Seniors

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FOR KIDS

Did you know that most accidents happen to kids because they don't know how to stay safe while they're having fun? It';s true. But making safe choices is easy to learn and easy to do. Plus, you don't need to stop doing fun things. You just need to do them in a smart way.

How much do you know about staying safe? Learn more about kid safety with our fun activities for kids. Then remember to use all your safety skills in real life, where they really count!

 

FOR TEENS

Did you know that the 15 to 24 age range is the greatest risk of sustaining an unintentional injury than any other group? Learn about some of the risks that you face, and how you can minimize that those risks and still have a fun and full life. While you're there, check out some of the videos about how you can stay safe.

 

FOR ADULTS

Did you know that one of the best ways to get your kids or teens to wear a helmet is for you to wear one, too? The same theory applies with a seatbelt. Safety habits formed early at an impressionable age are more likely to be carried throughout life, even withstanding peer pressure. Watch safety videos about safe driving and what you can do to help prevent  a senior you may know from suffering a life-altering fall.

 

FOR SENIORS

Did you know that one out of every three Oregon seniors has had a fall within the last six months? Learn more about what you can do to minimize your risk of falling.