Home Alone Program
The Canadian Safety Council Home Alone program is designed to provide students aged 9-12 years or grades 4-6 with the necessary skills and knowledge to be safe and responsible when home alone for short periods of time.
- Be Safe and Responsible
This includes learning how to set up a safe home environment, safely respond to unexpected visitors, nuisance calls, and prowlers.
- Prepare Healthy Snacks and Meal
This includes learning to set up a safe meal environment, and create healthy meals based on the Canadian Food Guide.
- Constructive Games and Play Activities
This includes learning to safely engage in age appropriate play activities that promote physical, social, and mental wellness.
- Identify Hazardous Products
This includes learning the hazardous product symbols, and the proper handling and storage of hazardous products to help prevent injuries.
- Respond to Emergencies
This includes learning to prepare and respond during storms and high winds, power outages, home fire, gas leak, being locked out of the house, and when to dial 911.
- Perform Basic First Aid
This includes learning to perform first aid for unconsciousness, choking, asthma, severe allergic reactions, epilepsy, diabetes, wound care, and bone injuries.
- The Home Alone program focuses on small group discussions, problem solving, role-playing, and instructor-led demonstrations.
- Students require 100% attendance, and are required to complete a skills demonstration.
- Students will receive a Canadian Safety Council Home Alone manual and wall certificate upon successful completion of this program.
- Students are required to bring a pencil, snack, and lunch for a full day program.
- The Home Alone program requires four (4) hours of instruction. An Additional hour is required for full day programs to accommodate breaks.
- Please inquire about our flexible scheduling options so that we are able to best accommodate your schedule.
- Please contact our office for rate information.
- By Phone: 1.800.467.5979
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