What is the Homeland Parents Guide?
The Homeland Parents Guides (HPG) are a series of guides on how to handle your child’s personal safety.
The Homeland Parent Guide is designed to provide guidance for parents and caregivers in all facets of child-safety, including: parenting, child care, parent training, and child protection.
The guide is meant to help parents and children navigate the complex and ever-changing world of child safety.
Here are some of the best tips to help you get on your way.
If you’re a parent, you can use this guide to set clear goals for the next few years.
Be a better parent.
You can learn from others’ parenting styles and take a closer look at what makes a good parent.
If you’re in a family with multiple siblings, you should take the lead on planning for safe travel for the children, according to the HPG.
You’ll also want to make sure that you’re providing the appropriate support and guidance to the kids, the guide says.
Take care of yourself.
Don’t be a victim.
Take a moment to think about the things you’re not doing.
For example, don’t be an absentee parent.
Get a good night’s sleep.
Don�t be distracted.
Don��t leave children unattended.
Get up early.
Be mindful of your surroundings.
Stay out of trouble.
When your kids are in trouble, stay calm and take appropriate action.
Stay away from crowds, dangerous situations, and people you don�t know.
If your children are in the home, stay home.
If they are in a school zone, stay away from other students.
Don�t take things for granted.
Take some responsibility for what happens to you and your children.
Bring a plan to a meeting.
Make a plan and present it at the meeting.
It can be anything from a list of questions, to an actual plan for the day.
Practice safe travel.
Make your child�s travel plans, schedules, and other important information a priority.
Keep in mind that there are different safety measures for different areas.
If the school zone is crowded or dangerous, you might want to consider staying away from the kids and going to another school zone.
Talk to your kids about safety.
Keep it a family conversation, and keep your family members in the loop as well.
Make sure your children know about the school zones.
Get them out of the car and out of school zones whenever possible.
The best way to do this is by keeping up with the information available online and by using your phone, tablet, or other smart device.
Know when to leave your kids at home.
Ask them to stay at home, especially when there is a school lockdown.
Be prepared to tell them to get out of their vehicle. Don���t leave them unattended and do not leave them in the car overnight.
If possible, do not allow them to leave the house until they have arrived home.
Find a safe space.
Make sure you have a safe place to sleep, a safe spot to eat and a safe area for them to be with you.
Use the bathroom and place it close to the windows.
Have a plan for emergencies.
If something happens to one of your children, stay with them until the next of kin can come to the hospital or the police station.
Get them off the streets.
You might not have the time or money to drive or to take them to an emergency room, but if you are able to take the kids to an evacuation shelter or emergency shelter, you will be able to stay with the kids longer.
If one of the kids has a medical emergency, get them to the shelter as quickly as possible.
You could even be able as a parent to get the kids on a plane to be at the shelter.
Teach your children to be responsible.
Teach them to learn from their mistakes and how to manage their emotions and safety.
You may want to take their children out of harm�s way so they can safely explore the city and the world around them.
You�ll be able give them a better understanding of what is safe and safe to do.
Prepare for the unexpected.
If there is an emergency and you are in your home, you may want a safe location, so your kids have a place to go.
Be careful to get your kids to a safe and secure location when you do have to leave them.
Ensure that they get out safely.
If someone comes to your home and starts banging on the door, don�tray them, or make them come in, stay inside and let them know it�s a safe house.
Do not leave your children alone and make sure they are well cared for.
Help your kids be safe.
Keep them home and out as much as possible, so they do not have to worry about their safety.
Encourage your children not to be outside,