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Balancing Life: Safety Tips for Youth at Home Alone



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Hosted by Crystal Tyler-Mackey, Extension Specialist, Community Viability, Virginia Tech; and presented by Stacy Kinlaw, 4-H Youth Development Agent, North Carolina State University

This resource is available as a video only.

Working parents are grappling with how to keep their children safe at home, especially given that most schools are starting the year either fully virtual or in a hybrid mode. In this session, tips are shared for helping you prepare older children to be home alone.

For more videos in this series, visit Balancing Life.

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Publication Date

August 31, 2020