For many, the Fourth of July is the pinnacle of summer. Friends, family, flags, backyard barbeques, watermelon, parades, and an incredible light display to end the night all make for one fantastic holiday. The day ends at a high note as colorful fireworks fill the sky, making for one amazing and exciting show. However, for some children, especially for those with sensitive hearing, watching a fireworks show can be a scary and frightful experience instead of a fun one. While others may love it, but the unfortunate truth is if the proper precautions are not followed, your child is at risk for hearing loss. However, following a set of children safety tips for the Fourth of July can help minimize the risks.
This Independence Day, don’t just pack the bug spray and sunscreen without thinking about the potential damage that can happen to your child’s ears if left unprotected. Make this colorful holiday safer for your kids by following these helpful children safety tips for the Fourth of July.