Is Your TV Ready for the Big Game?

Safety experts mark February 6 as National TV Safety Day This statistic is both alarming and preventative: every three weeks in the United States, a child dies from a TV tipping over. Children under age 5 account for the majority of TV tip-over injuries and about 47 percent of TV and furniture tip-over incidents happen… Read more »

Kohl’s Donates to Kohl’s Hard Heads Helmet Program

The Boyce Park Ski Area Snowfest was a beautiful success on a sunny, breezy day in January! The Injury Prevention Department provided more than 250 ski helmets last weekend (including fitting and education) to kids enjoying lots of winter sports. Kohl’s Cares representative, Gary Wingert, presented  a check for $177,286.00 to support the Kohl’s Hard… Read more »

My Visits to the Spina Bifida Clinic at Children’s Hospital

Hi! I’m a happy and healthy 10 year old girl named Amanda. I love to write, dance and ride horses. I am also learning to swim. Oh yes, and I have Spina Bifida. I make regular visits to Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh of UPMC and especially to the Spina Bifida Clinic. So, I have lots… Read more »

Mentoring Works!

Mentors can play a powerful role in providing young people with the tools to make responsible decisions, stay focused and engaged in school, and reduce or avoid risky behaviors like skipping school, and drug or alcohol use. In a national report called The Mentoring Effect, young people who were at-risk for not completing high school… Read more »