Trauma Prevention at School

Young children are, by nature, full of curiosity, and their sense of danger is not fully developed, which is why they are particularly prone to accidents. Growing up, while they do develop a sense of danger, they are also influenced by other factors, such as the need to show off, a reaction to laws and to the advice of adults, and the appeal of adventure, which results in them still remaining accident-prone. For these reasons, it is important that they learn from a young age how to protect themselves (and not to put themselves in harm’s way).

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THI Australia presents Pediatric Trauma Care – its partner charity in Greece

The Hellenic Initiative Australia presents its partnership with Pediatric Trauma Care. The President of the Charity, Mrs Natasha Clive-Vrecossis, describes the Charity’s work, emphasizing the importance of equipping the Paediatric Departments of Hospitals, as well as the generous support of the Greek-Australian Diaspora.

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