Over 16,000 school buses are back on the streets of Indiana carrying over 1 million young Hoosiers back and forth to school. A variety of bills are in place this school year that lawmakers hope will improve the safety of children’s physical and mental health.
Somewhere online your child has claimed to be born on January 1, 1900, the very same year as William McKinley’s presidency & the birth of Queen Elizabeth I.
Within Indiana, “Accidents” is the number one killer of Hoosiers age 15-24, mostly from automobile deaths. But in second place is suicide.
We work hard every day making a difference in the lives of Indiana children, but it’s also important to find a way outside of work to refocus. For Indiana Chapter Director Jan Lutz, that means racing cars.
Celebrating the holidays can be fun, but the season can also cause stress for many children and families. Watch new Media Bytes featuring IYI President and CEO Bill Stanczykiewicz to get tips for dealing with holiday stress, as well as ideas for managing limits and maintaining safety with new electronic devices children may be receiving […]
As you and your family bring out the Halloween decorations and prepare for parties and trick-or-treaters, take time to read the following tips to ensure Halloween is safe and happy for your family and guests. AROUND YOUR HOUSE Make sure sidewalks, driveways and stairs are well-lit for visibility and clear of anything that may create […]