» Kohl's Safe Toddler University
The number-one cause of death and injury to children is unintentional injuries. Most parents are unaware of all the dangers lurking around their home threatening the safety of their toddler. Did you know in 2011 an estimated 12,800 kids aged 19 and under were seen in emergency departments for injuries caused by televisions tipping over? The primary cause of these deaths is lack of knowledge regarding preventing injury. Kohl’s Safe Toddler University, a class for parents/caregivers of children 1-3 years of age was designed to reduce unintentional injury risks through education. Topics include:
- Child Passenger Safety
- Fire and Scald Burn Prevention
- Surviving the "Terrible Twos"
- House Hazards
Safe Toddler University
is held at
Kresge Eye Institute (Auditorium)
4717 St. Antoine, Detroit, MI 48201
9:00 a.m. -- 2:00 p.m.
- Pre-registration is required. No walk-ins allowed.
- Participants must have a child between 1 and 3 years of age to register.
- Participants that successfully complete the course will receive a free car seat which can be used for a toddler over 1 year and over 20 lbs.
- Class space is limited and available on first-come, first-served basis.
- Participants can bring one adult support person.
- Children are not allowed. Daycare is not provided.
- Participants under age 18 must be accompanied by a parent/guardian.
- Participants must provide their own transportation.
- Participants should bring a bag lunch. No microwave is available.
- Parking costs $4.00 to self-park, $6.00 to valet.
- To get the most benefit from the class, it is recommended that Non-English speaking parents/caregivers bring an English-speaking adult support person who can interpret for them.
A confirmation page containing the date, time and class location will appear when the registration process is complete.
Click here to register for January 26, 2017
A confirmation will also be sent to your email address. Bring your confirmation to class.
Confirmations viewed on your Smart phone will be accepted.