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Safety Tips
Assemblyman Matthew Titone

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Dear Parents:

I am committed to helping you provide Staten Island children with a safe, healthy start in life. That’s why I’m working in the Assembly to keep quality health care affordable, make our schools first-rate and ensure our community is safe. This brochure is full of tips to keep children safe and healthy this fall.

I’ll keep fighting to ensure our children have a strong start. If you have any concerns or comments about these or any other topics, please contact me.

Sincerely,
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Halloween is almost here and youngsters will soon join the fun to trick-or-treat. Here are some Halloween safety tips to ensure that your children have a perfectly “ghoulish” time.

Parents and Caregivers

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Stopping the flu is up to you

The flu is spread from person to person and, occasionally, by touching something with the virus on its surface. Precautionary measures for both seasonal flu and swine flu (H1N1) include:

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If you have any questions about H1N1, the state has set up a 24-hour toll-free hotline at 1-800-808-1987. New York City residents should call 311.

Assemblyman Matthew Titone
853 Forest Avenue • Staten Island, NY 10310 • (718) 442-9932 • titonem@assembly.state.ny.us
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