Milo & Moxie: Smart Safety Rangers™

Arizona Burn Foundation’s kid-friendly education program that teaches children burn prevention and fire safety education

Children 12 and under are one of the most vulnerable groups for burn and scald injuries. According to SafeKids Worldwide, every day, 300 children ages 0 to 12 are treated in emergency departments for burn-related injuries. The Milo & Moxie “story-time” curriculum addresses burn safety behaviors for both children and their parents.

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Community Smoke Alarm Program

It’s a fact: working smoke alarms save lives. 

These days, our homes are filled with materials that, when they burn, give off toxic smoke and can be extremely flammable. Tragically, three of every five home fire deaths happen in houses where there is no working smoke alarm. A working smoke alarm reduces the chances of dying in a reported fire in half.

What’s more, having a non-working smoke alarm can make matters worse. The National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) reports that death rates are much higher in fires in which a smoke alarm is present but did not operate than in homes with no smoke alarms at all.

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Senior Adult Program: The Remembering When Program

Teaching older adults how to protect themselves from fires and falls through trivia, humor, and nostalgia.

At age 65, older adults are twice as likely to be killed or injured by fires compared to the population at large. By age 75, that risk increases to three times that of the general population — and to four times by age 85.

Community Outreach Program

Arizona Burn Foundation participates in Community Health Fairs, First Fridays at the Phoenix Children’s Museum, and Community Safety Fairs to share the message of burn prevention and fire safety. Click below to schedule a staff member to speak to your group.

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