Teens are more likely than younger children to be killed by a vehicle. When was the last time you talked to your teen about walking safety?
Teen pedestrian safety outreach week: August 7–13, 2017
Suggested hashtag: #pedsafety
Prevent Child Injury offers members access to spokespeople selected for their knowledge on injury prevention topics. These experts are available to speak to media and other interested parties.
These materials were created by Prevent Child Injury to help spread the key messages on teen pedestrian safety. Please feel free to use these materials as needed. Most of these materials can be co-branded with your organization’s logo.
SOCIAL MEDIA GRAPHICS
Note: All graphics are available for download in different file sizes on Flickr.
These materials were created by Prevent Child Injury members and other trusted sources.
Fact Sheets, Brochures, & Webpages
Posters, Flyers, and Other Printables
Infographics and Social Media
Videos and Photos
Toolkits and Campaigns
Teaching Aids and Evaluation Materials
News Articles and Press Releases
*List of Abbreviations
AAOS: American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
AAP: American Academy of Pediatrics
Maryland DOTSHA: Department of Transportation State Highway Administration
CDC: Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
CDOT: North Carolina Department of Transportation
DOT: Department of Transportation
NCH: Nationwide Children’s Hospital
NHTSA: National Highway Traffic Safety Administration
NPR: National Public Radio
NSC: National Safety Council
SKW: Safe Kids Worldwide
UPMC: University of Pittsburgh Medical Center
FHWA: Federal Highway Administration
Prince William County VA PD: Prince William County, Virginia Police Department