Dr. Peggy Wireman says that your child is more likely to die from a gunshot wound than cancer or other diseases until 35 years of age. Dr. Wireman is the author of Connecting the Dots: Government, Community and Family and shares how you can keep your child from being a victim of gun violence because each day some 11 children and youth under age 24 die from firearms.
Keep Your Child From Being A Victim Of Gun Violence
- What is the best thing I can do to protect my child?
- What should I do if I am a hunter or target shooter?
- What can I do to make sure my child is safe in school?
- What can I do to make my community safer?
- What is the biggest mistake I can make about gun violence?
You will find more discussion about how to make your community a safe and supportive place for all families in Dr. Peggy Wireman’s book Connecting the Dots: Government, Community and Family which is available from Transaction Publisher and on Amazon as a hardback and e-book. For more how-to tips, also check out her e-book Government, Community and Family: A Community Action Guide. Learn more about Dr. Wireman and read her blog at www.connectingdots.us.
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