• 2V1 Bookmark

    Bookmark, 2017


    This bookmark illustrates bicycle helmet fitting technique. The bookmark has a corresponding poster.

    Bookmark, 2017


    This bookmark illustrates bicycle helmet fitting technique. The bookmark has a corresponding poster.

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    SKU: 4-221
  • 2V1 Poster

    2V1 Poster

    Poster, 2017


    This poster illustrates bicycle helmet fitting technique. The poster has a corresponding bookmark.

    Poster, 2017


    This poster illustrates bicycle helmet fitting technique. The poster has a corresponding bookmark.

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    SKU: 4-222
  • 4-026: Bicycle Carrier

    Bicycle Carrier

    Booklet,  2017


    This brochure highlights bicycle carrier safety messages for caregivers.

    Booklet,  2017


    This brochure highlights bicycle carrier safety messages for caregivers.

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    SKU: 4-026
  • Bicycle Safety for Children

    Bicycle Safety for Children and Parents

    Booklet,  2017


    Children and caregivers can enjoy learning about bicycle safety together! This resource has safety messages for children and adults. Bicycle safety information includes: helmet safety, bike maintenance, rules of the road, and sidewalk safety.

    Booklet,  2017


    Children and caregivers can enjoy learning about bicycle safety together! This resource has safety messages for children and adults. Bicycle safety information includes: helmet safety, bike maintenance, rules of the road, and sidewalk safety.

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    SKU: 4-203
  • 4-027: Bicycle Trailer

    Bicycle Trailer

    Booklet,  2017


    This brochure highlights bicycle trailer safety messages for caregivers.

    Booklet,  2017


    This brochure highlights bicycle trailer safety messages for caregivers.

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    SKU: 4-027
  • 4-223: Bike Safety Arm Signals Bookmark

    Bike Safety Arm Signals Bookmark

    Bookmark, 2020


    This bookmark illustrates arm signals for cyclists. It is important to use arm signals to show others where you are going to turn and when you are going to stop.

    Bookmark, 2020


    This bookmark illustrates arm signals for cyclists. It is important to use arm signals to show others where you are going to turn and when you are going to stop.

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    SKU: 4-223
  • 4-006: Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 1995-1999q

    Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 1995-1999

    Report, 2002


    This report focuses on the most significant causes of injury-related hospitalizations and deaths for Saskatchewan children and youth. The most significant causes discussed in this report are falls, motor vehicle traffic, self-injury, drowning and choking, fire and flame, poison, motor vehicle pedestrian, sports, and assaults.

    Report, 2002


    This report focuses on the most significant causes of injury-related hospitalizations and deaths for Saskatchewan children and youth. The most significant causes discussed in this report are falls, motor vehicle traffic, self-injury, drowning and choking, fire and flame, poison, motor vehicle pedestrian, sports, and assaults.



    SKU: 4-006
  • 4-007: Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan, 2004-2013

    Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013

    Report, 2017


    Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013  serves as an update to the Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 1995-1999  report completed by the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute in 2002. The current report examines injury-related deaths and hospitalizations of Saskatchewan children and youth less than 20 years of age during the 10 year period of 2004 to 2013. Injury-related deaths and hospitalizations are examined overall, followed by a more detailed analysis of the ten most common causes of injury-related hospitalizations, including both intentional and unintentional injuries. The ten most common causes discussed in this report are falls, sports, intentional self-harm, assault, poisoning, motor vehicle occupant, cycling, all-terrain vehicle, and fire and burns.

    Report, 2017


    Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013  serves as an update to the Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 1995-1999  report completed by the Saskatchewan Prevention Institute in 2002. The current report examines injury-related deaths and hospitalizations of Saskatchewan children and youth less than 20 years of age during the 10 year period of 2004 to 2013. Injury-related deaths and hospitalizations are examined overall, followed by a more detailed analysis of the ten most common causes of injury-related hospitalizations, including both intentional and unintentional injuries. The ten most common causes discussed in this report are falls, sports, intentional self-harm, assault, poisoning, motor vehicle occupant, cycling, all-terrain vehicle, and fire and burns.



    SKU: 4-007
  • 4-009: Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013 Summary

    Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013 Summary

    Report, 2017


    This summary is based on the report, “Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013” (resource 7-004). It provides information about injury-related deaths and hospitalizations of Saskatchewan children and youth, including the top causes of injury-related hospitalizations and types of injuries.

    Report, 2017


    This summary is based on the report, “Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013” (resource 7-004). It provides information about injury-related deaths and hospitalizations of Saskatchewan children and youth, including the top causes of injury-related hospitalizations and types of injuries.



    SKU: 4-009
  • Child Death Review in Canada: A National Scan

    Child Death Review in Canada: A National Scan

    Report, 2016


    This report provides information about current child death review processes that exist in each of the provinces and territories in Canada, based on interviews with key informants in each region. Particular attention is paid to those provinces with a coordinated, multi-disciplinary, provincial child death review process. Recommendations and advice for others initiating a child death review process are also included.

    Report, 2016


    This report provides information about current child death review processes that exist in each of the provinces and territories in Canada, based on interviews with key informants in each region. Particular attention is paid to those provinces with a coordinated, multi-disciplinary, provincial child death review process. Recommendations and advice for others initiating a child death review process are also included.



    SKU: 2-460
  • 4-220: Gotta Brain Getta Helmet Booklet

    Gotta Brain Getta Helmet

    Booklet, 2018


    This booklet provides safety information about helmet use for a variety of activities. It also includes an example of a young boy’s experience of a head injury.

    As part of the Gotta Brain Getta Helmet booklet, view this video featuring Savannah Smith, a motocross rider from Saskatchewan. Savannah shares information about her experiences, the importance of wearing a properly fitted helmet, and how to choose a helmet.

    Booklet, 2018


    This booklet provides safety information about helmet use for a variety of activities. It also includes an example of a young boy’s experience of a head injury.

    As part of the Gotta Brain Getta Helmet booklet, view this video featuring Savannah Smith, a motocross rider from Saskatchewan. Savannah shares information about her experiences, the importance of wearing a properly fitted helmet, and how to choose a helmet.

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    SKU: 4-220
  • Home Safety Tips: 1-4 Years Brochure

    Home Safety Tips: 1-4 Years Brochure

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains home safety information on the common causes of injury for children between one and four years of age. Information is divided by activities around the home including: play time, bath time, sleep time, and meal time. Injury topics include: falls, car seats, drowning, choking, strangulation, poisoning, and burns and scalds.

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains home safety information on the common causes of injury for children between one and four years of age. Information is divided by activities around the home including: play time, bath time, sleep time, and meal time. Injury topics include: falls, car seats, drowning, choking, strangulation, poisoning, and burns and scalds.

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    SKU: 4-024
  • Home Safety Tips: 5-9 Years

    Home Safety Tips: 5-9 Years

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains information on the common causes of injury for children between five and nine years of age. Injury prevention at home as well as within a community is discussed including: car seats, playgrounds, bikes and other wheels, pedestrian safety, falls, drowning, poisoning, and burns and scalds.

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains information on the common causes of injury for children between five and nine years of age. Injury prevention at home as well as within a community is discussed including: car seats, playgrounds, bikes and other wheels, pedestrian safety, falls, drowning, poisoning, and burns and scalds.

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    SKU: 4-025
  • Home Safety Tips: Birth to 1 Year Brochure

    Home Safety Tips: Birth to 1 Year Brochure

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains home safety information on the common causes of injury for children less than one year of age. Specific information and preventative messages are included on the following topics: safe sleep, coping with crying, car seats, falls, drowning, choking, and burns and scalds.

    Brochure, 2011


    This brochure contains home safety information on the common causes of injury for children less than one year of age. Specific information and preventative messages are included on the following topics: safe sleep, coping with crying, car seats, falls, drowning, choking, and burns and scalds.

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    SKU: 4-023
  • I’m Growing up Safely – Growth Chart

    I’m Growing up Safely – Growth Chart

    Poster, 2011


    This resource provides home safety information for parents and caregivers in the form of a children’s growth chart. The growth chart reaches a maximum height of 90 cm (36 inches or 3 feet) and is intended for children between birth and 2 years of age.

    Poster, 2011


    This resource provides home safety information for parents and caregivers in the form of a children’s growth chart. The growth chart reaches a maximum height of 90 cm (36 inches or 3 feet) and is intended for children between birth and 2 years of age.

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    SKU: 4-012
  • 4-101: Protect Your Babies Head Shape

    Protect Your Baby’s Head Shape: Preventing Flat Spots on Your Baby’s Head

    Brochure, 2017


    This brochure provides parents and caregivers with information on positional plagiocephaly, or “flat head”. Information includes how to prevent flat spots and what to do if a flat spot is found on baby’s head.

    Brochure, 2017


    This brochure provides parents and caregivers with information on positional plagiocephaly, or “flat head”. Information includes how to prevent flat spots and what to do if a flat spot is found on baby’s head.

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    SKU: 4-101
  • 4-902: When Your Baby Can’t Stop Crying

    When Your Baby Can’t Stop Crying

    Brochure, Revised 2019


    Although infant crying is normal, it can be very frustrating for caregivers. This brochure identifies strategies for dealing with a crying infant, as well as strategies for handling caregivers’ frustration. Ideal for use with all caregivers. For information aimed at professionals and service providers, see Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome) (resource 4-900).

    Brochure, Revised 2019


    Although infant crying is normal, it can be very frustrating for caregivers. This brochure identifies strategies for dealing with a crying infant, as well as strategies for handling caregivers’ frustration. Ideal for use with all caregivers. For information aimed at professionals and service providers, see Abusive Head Trauma (Shaken Baby Syndrome) (resource 4-900).

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    SKU: 4-902