BOISE, Idaho, Feb. 23, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- KidCheck, providers of secure children's check-in, is pleased to introduce the KidCheck blog providing valuable child safety and security content for churches and childcare organizations. The blog covers a multitude of topics such as abuse prevention, child protection policies and procedures, volunteer screening, leadership advice, communicating with parents, emergency preparation, and much more.
The KidCheck blog focuses on child safety best practices, tips and tricks, and advice designed for churches, fitness facilities, activity centers, daycares, kids camps and other organizations caring for children. The goal of the KidCheck blog is to provide useful, actionable, and timely posts to share information and trends to keep these organizations informed and up to date, helping them better protect the children in their care.
"The KidCheck blog covers a plethora of safety topics, from how to build a complete first aid kit or steps to take in case of disaster, to full-blown series on how to create a child protection policy or properly screen volunteers/employees working with children," said Alex Smith, KidCheck CEO. "Our mission is to help keep kids safe, and as child safety experts, we want to share our knowledge with childcare organizations in a way they can easily obtain, digest, and benefit from."
Smith continued, "Whether an organization needs instruction around emergency planning, wants help setting up and using a security team, is interested in the latest KidCheck features, could benefit from predator proofing suggestions, or wants an overview of the latest safety trends, the KidCheck blog can help."
KidCheck, Inc. provides secure children's check-in software and complete check-in station systems for churches, fitness facilities, and organizations caring for children. KidCheck believes every child deserves a chance to grow in a safe environment, and every parent deserves peace-of-mind about the safety of their children. KidCheck is committed to delivering easy-to-use, innovative, and reliable check-in systems backed by world class support. To learn more or to request a demo visit http://www.kidcheck.com.
Elissa Reid, KidCheck, 208-639-1620, [email protected]