We've created five websites and an interactive PDF with the most up-to-date child safety resources for families to help keep kids safe. Access resources on traffic safety – from the car seat to the driver’s seat – as well as on how to help children recover after an injury and ways to prevent violence and strengthen communities.
TeenDrivingPlan Practice Guide
This interactive resource includes information and tools to help parents effectively supervise their teens' driving practice. Use this guide to create the right learning environment and to take action to keep teen drivers safe and learning.
TeenDrivingPlan Goal Guide
This useful tool helps remind families of their goals for each practice drive so that a portion of each focuses on learning a specific goal or goals. The TeenDrivingPlan Goal Guide is a summary of goals for practice drives detailed in the TeenDrivingPlan Practice Guide.
TeenDrivingPlan Logging and Rating Tool
The TeenDrivingPlan Logging and Rating Tool helps families track their practice driving by driving environments and record where their teens need work. This tool is intended to be used along with the TeenDrivingPlan Practice Guide.
The TeenDrivingPlan YouTube Channel offers 54 brief videos to help parents effectively supervise their teens' practice driving based on more than a decade of research at CHOP.
TeenDriverSource.org prepares new drivers to be safe skilled drivers. Access free resources on practice driving lessons, following Graduated Driver Licensing (GDL) and more based on more than a decade of research at CHOP.
Filled with safety tips for children, the Car Seat Safety for Kids website was developed by the Center for Injury Research and Prevention (CIRP) and the Injury Prevention Program at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) to help parents choose and install the appropriate safety seat for their children through videos, expert information, and downloadable educational materials. Much of the content is also available in Spanish.
A decade in the making, this award-winning pediatric injury information site was created by the Post-injury Care and Recovery team at CIRP. It helps parents help their children fully recover after an injury with evidence-based tools and information.
This Spanish language website is a comprehensive free resource for parents, developed by a team of pediatricians, psychologists, trauma surgeons, and trauma nurses at CHOP to help families recover after pediatric injury.
This child safety resource was developed as part of the Minds Matter: Improving Pediatric Concussion Management project at CIRP. It provides evidenced-based information and safety tips for children from CHOP’s concussion experts for families, healthcare providers, school staff, and athletic coaches to support a child's recovery from concussion.