Child Injury Prevention Information

National Injury Prevention Day Roles and Responsibilities

It is important to recognize that most injuries are caused by events that are predictable and preventable and we all have a role in prevention. Parents, caregivers, grandparents, municipal leaders, and journalists can raise awareness and learn about preventing serious childhood injuries.

How to Avoid Trampoline Injuries

This video provides information about the number of children who visited a Saskatchewan emergency department because of a trampoline-related injury between 2017 and 2018. It also provides information about how children are being injured, the types of injuries occurring, and tips for preventing trampoline-related injuries.

Gotta Brain Getta Helmet

This video features 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.

Child Passenger Safety

How to Install a Rear-Facing Car Seat with a Seat Belt

Many children in our province are being transported in a motor vehicle incorrectly. This video provides information on the correct installation techniques for a rear-facing car seat using a seat belt.

Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder (FASD)

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Maternal and Infant Health

Motivational Interviewing

Sexual and Reproductive Health

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Traditional Teachings

Elders share their wisdom regarding the cultural practices, laws, and traditional values surrounding the sexual maturation of First Nations children to young adulthood. The video is a full length production of teachings and life stories of eight Elders from the Plains Cree, Dakota, Dene, Nakota, and Saulteaux First Nations of Saskatchewan. The DVD was created as a resource for educators and healthcare providers, family and community members, and others as they support youth to make positive lifestyle choices for their sexual and reproductive health. This video is an introduction to the full version.

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