Safety

  • Automotive Safety Program provides information about car seats and restraint for children with special needs. Strategies for specific diagnoses are discussed.
  • Car Seat information offered by AAA of Southern California with free Child Passenger Safety Classes. For children up to 8 years of age.
  • Center for Missing & Exploited Children offers a variety of resources for parents to keep children safe from abduction and sexual exploitation.
  • **Get Safe offers specific trainings for individuals with physical and developmental disabilities to make them safer and stronger in the community.
  • If I Need Help is a non-profit organization that provides a variety of identification methods for those who might need help in returning to their home.
  • The Joyful Child Foundation is dedicated to preventing crimes against children and offers a Brave Skill-Building Activities Sheet for kids and Brave Adult Education Flyer for parents
  • Poison Control Center provides emergency number and prevention tips.
  • Return Home Registry is offered by cities of Huntington Beach and Irvine. A parent registers their family member so that the police department is better able to identify them and return them to their family should they become lost.
  • Safely Ever After Inc. provides non-fearful safety workshops, tips and literature on child safety and must-read list of red flags.
  • Schoolidents provides identification for your child to wear.
  • Take Me Home is Orange County Sheriff’s Department program which provides critical information including emergency contact information, detailed physical descriptions and photographs. An individual’s communication abilities, routines, behaviors and other helpful information also may be entered to assist law enforcement. It is available to residents who live in the 13 OC cities which are served by the Sheriff’s Department as well as unincorporated Orange County.