NEWS & EVENTS
We are hiring a Community Mobilizer/Coordinator responsible for leading the mobilization and activation of the BC injury prevention network.
This report explores the extent of trampoline-related injuries among children ages 0-17 years old.
We have become increasingly concerned that some of our efforts to keep children safe may be doing unintended harm – particularly as it relates to children’s play.
Dr. Mariana Brussoni talked about “boring playgrounds” in The Vancouver Sun.
Learn more about the importance of play, especially risky play, to children’s growth and development.
This report discusses the need for exposure to competence-appropriate risky play in play spaces that limit hazards, while promoting healthy child development.
Parachute is now accepting applications for the Stacey Levitt Memorial Award.
Burn Awareness Week teaches kids how to be responsible for their personal safety, and increases family awareness of potentially harmful situations.
This road safety calendar is a guide to the key provincial road safety campaigns, events and activities taking place each year in BC.
Ms. Isobel McDonald from the First Nations Health Authority gave an excellent presentation on community-based falls prevention programming in First Nations communities.