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If you are teaching your children about 9-1-1 we suggest that you consider the following:

First, it is important that your child be taught their address and telephone number. Secondly, make sure your child can physically reach at least one telephone. Wall mounted telephones can be unreachable for really small children. Discuss with your child any situations that may be unique to them. That could include an elderly live-in relative, younger brothers or sisters; or any other unique factor that the child might encounter. Keep in mind, if your child tries to dial 9-1-1 from a cell phone your phone number and address is not known to the dispatcher. If your child is ever given a cell phone to use in case of an emergency make sure your child knows where they are. That way your child can be transferred to the appropriate agency for assistance.

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