For safety in the hospital, the community or at home, Super Safe Kids books are aimed at empowering children and their families to understand important health and safety issues and to self-advocate for better outcomes, while promoting the development of independent living skills.
Super Safe Kids books are written in language that is easily understood by children; the books are also great in homes, schools and health care settings because they encourage discussion and practice of safe and healthy habits.
In alignment with national hospital and community safety initiatives, the Super Safe Kids book series focuses on family participation and self-advocacy as tools to improve safety for children, especially those with disabilities or complex medical needs.
Written by a patient advocate and educational psychologist who is also the parent of a medically complex child with a rare condition, the Super Safe Kids book series engages children and families in improving safety and quality of care.
Special thanks to the following, who provided encouragement and consultation for the Super Safe Kids book series:
- Richard Montgomery, Ed.D.
- Performance Improvement Committee, Rainbow Babies & Children’s, Cleveland, Ohio
- Rose Dues, PT and Kodi Pride, OT
A percentage of the proceeds from the Super Safe Kids books is donated to patient advocacy and special education advocacy services for families in need.