Consortium Publishing

Child Health & Safety

Every home, school classroom and childcare facility should have these books as resource material.

EMERGENCY MEDICAL TREATMENT: CHILDREN by S. Vogel, M.D. and D. Manhoff, $10.99
ISBN 0-916363-00-7; 28 rigid pages;


This book is a must for parents, grandparents, baby-sitters; teachers; and others who are around children. This handbook of what to do in an emergency situation to keep a child alive until professional help arrives. Each emergency situation has a pictorial and sequential step guide, which is easy to follow in an emergency situation. Content tabs make identification and location of information quick and easy. Contents cover not breathing; burns; head/neck/back injury; broken bones; dislocations; high fever; and serious illness.



 

 

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TREATMENT: INFANTS by S. Vogel, M.D. and D. Manhoff $10.99
ISBN 0-916363-01-5; 26 rigid pages

 

This book is a must for parents, grandparents, baby-sitters; teachers; and others who are around infant children. This handbook of what to do in an emergency situation to keep a child alive until professional help arrives. Each emergency situation has a pictorial and sequential step guide, which is easy to follow in an emergency situation. Content tabs make identification and location of information quick and easy. Contents cover not breathing; burns; head/neck/back injury; broken bones; dislocations; high fever; and serious illness.


 


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GROWING UP DRUG FREE: A Parent’s Guide To Prevention by U.S. Dept of Education, $5.99

Ages 3-16; Size 8.5 x 11; 52 pages;

 

This book addresses the major components of prevention, which includes but is not limited to teaching values; setting and enforcing rules; getting the facts; talking and listening to the child; special activities; school and parent cooperation; and more. Information is provided about the various types of drugs and special consideration with different ages and stages of child development.

 

Contents: 1- What Parents Can Do? 2-Applying the Principles; 3-What to Do If Your Child Is Using Drugs; 4-Getting Involved; 5-Making It Work; 6-Specific Drugs and Their Effects; 7- Resources; 8- References

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KIDS TO THE RESCUE: First Aid Techniques for Kids by Maribeth and Darwin Boelts, $12.99
ISBN 0-943990-82-3; Ages 4-12; 72 pages


Kids become heroes when they learn first aid. Using an interactive What would you do? format and step-by-step illustrations, this book prompts kids to think wisely in an emergency. The paramedic/teacher authors cover the most common accidents kids encounter.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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