Child and Youth Injury in Saskatchewan 2004-2013
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.
Protecting the Brain
Fact Sheet, Revised 2019
The brain enables us to do everything that we do – breathe, walk, plan for our futures, and makes us who we are as individuals. It is important to understand how the brain works so we can protect it as best as possible.SKU: 4-005
Walking School Bus: A Guide for Parents and Teachers
Guide and Manual, 2010
A Walking School Bus (WSB) is a group of children (passengers) and adults (drivers and conductors) who walk to and from school along a designated, safe route. The “bus” picks up students and drops them off in the reverse order in the afternoon. This guide identifies the benefits, such as safety, environmental, and health of a WSB. It also goes through the process needed to set up a Walking School Bus.SKU: 4-305