House Doctors Advocates for Childhood Injury Prevention Week

Cincinnati, OH – September 3, 2015 – September is a month filled with special dates that focus on the home. It is Baby Safety Month and Healthy Aging Month. Improve Your Home Office Week starts September 6. And this week is National Childhood Injury Prevention Week.

Most child injuries occur in or around the home as a result of falls or accidents involving household items like appliances, medicine, furniture and more. Whether new or experienced parents, children can be a handful to supervise. Handyman service House Doctors is committed to helping parents make their homes the safest environment for children to explore and grow.

Child Injury

Franchise locations across the country offer a variety of home improvements and childproof projects that can enhance home safety for children. According to the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention statistics, approximately 8,000 children are treated in U.S. emergency rooms every day for fall-related injuries with many of these falls occurring at home.

House Doctors owner and CEO Jim Hunter says, “Simple home improvements and home safety devices, such as guards on windows, stair gates, and guard rails can help make a home safer for children and prevent an active child from taking a dangerous tumble. We understand how busy today’s parents are, and that’s what we’re here for.”

For more home child safety tips, contact your local House Doctors handyman today: http://www.housedoctors.com/contact-us/

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About House Doctors

House Doctors provides professional handyman and light remodeling services to homeowners and commercial properties across the nation. Under new ownership, House Doctors is now franchising across the U.S. and has corporate headquarters in Milford, Ohio. For more information on House Doctors, or to find a local House Doctors service provider, visit: http://www.housedoctors.com.

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