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Principles of a Healthy Home - Safe (Principios de una Casa Saludable - Segura)

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Keep your home safe

Did you know that your chances of getting hurt at your home are much higher than at work or school? A safe home is a home where there are less chances to get hurt from things like falls, burns, poisonings and other injuries in your home. Falls make the most home injuries in children and seniors, and many falls can be prevented. "Good health starts at your home", which means it is important to keep your home safe.

Fortunately, home injuries are preventable if you follow these steps:

Signup for our waitlist to have our staff perform a Healthy Home Assessment using all 8 principles to evaluate the health of your home.

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Mantenga su casa segura 

Sabías que tus posibilidades de lastimarse en casa son mucho más altas que en el trabajo o la escuela?

Un hogar seguro es un hogar donde hay menos posibilidades de lastimarse por cosas como; caídas, quemaduras, intoxicaciones y otras lesiones en su casa. Las caídas causan la mayoría de las lesiones en la casa en ninos y personas mayores,y muchas caídas se pueden prevenir.

“La buena salud comienza en su casa” lo que significa que es importante mantener su casa segura.

Afortunadamente, las lesiones en la casa se pueden prevenir si sigue estos pasos:

Registrese en nuestra lista de espera para que nuestro personal realice una Evaluación de Casa Saludable utilizando los 8 Principios para evaluar la salud de su casa


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The work that we do has helped me realize how a team of a few dedicated people can really impact a community. Because of the work that we do every day, thousands of kids have homes that aren't poisoning them and bright futures centered in a healthy environment.

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