Reducing Unintentional Injuries in 0-5 year olds

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We have received the following guidance on reducing the possibility of an unintentional injury to a young child by taking some sensible precautions.
Most young parents will be well aware of these dangers but we often forget with time to make our house "child- proof" as children grow up and are taught about the possible risks in our normal daily activities.

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