Holidays are a time for celebration, not hospitalization. Family traditions and rituals dictate our behavior during these times. Whether it is fireworks to celebrate the New Year and Independence Day on the 4th of July; dressing up in costumes and walking through the neighborhood in the dark on Halloween; the high-cooking volume on Thanksgiving; or candles, electricity, and decoration hazards synonymous with the winter holidays. Each holiday and the traditions that ensue pose major threats to the less-than-safety-minded individual. People commonly spend a lot of time and energy on preparing; but, not necessarily preventing. It's all about awareness and that is what we provide.

Presentations can be tailored specific to the holiday requested or we can provide a class with an overview of the dangers that each holiday season poses and common prevention strategies.

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