Burn Prevention Education Resources
We have designed resources for you to use in your home, classroom, medical office or organization to keep children of all ages safe from preventable burns! Click on the links below to view these valuable resources:
Newborn to One Year
Through our Safety Smart Babies Program, we offer partnerships with maternity hospitals, pediatric and other medical partners to provide free materials including burn prevention checklists and bath thermometers for new parents. Educational presentations are available for parents, care providers, social workers, school and child advocacy staff. Presentations and materials are available in English and Spanish.
Toddlers, Pre-Schoolers and Kindergartners
Bernie Burn Story Time is a free in-person, interactive presentation in toddler, pre-school and kindergarten classrooms.
Careful, That's Hot! is a free virtual or in-person educational presentation for parents, care providers, social workers, school and child advocacy staff. Staff programs offer information about identifying burns due to child abuse.
Free materials for parents of toddlers, preschoolers and kindergartners are available and include a burn prevention checklist and a bath thermometer. Presentations and materials are available in English and Spanish. prevention programs.
Elementary School Students
This Safety Smart program curriculum has been created for use by elementary school educators to help students become aware of the dangers of fires, burns and scalds and develop responsible behaviors and attitudes towards burn prevention.
L.A. Troupe Theatre in Education is a lively, engaging program that teaches young children life-saving fire safety and burn prevention skills. Free coloring books are available for students with each show.
Careful, That's Hot! brings interactive visual burn prevention programs into individual classrooms or after-school programs for all elementary school ages.
Educational displays, prize wheel and burn prevention materials are available at health fairs/trunk events.
To request free materials or to schedule a presentation
or call (818) 907-2822