When Your Child is Home Aloneby Waln Brown
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Millions of American children under age 16 routinely stay at home for long periods without adult supervision. Sometimes called "latchkey kids," they are usually without parental supervision during non-school hours, such as before and after school, and when school is not in session, such as holidays and summer vacations. If you must leave your child or children at home alone, the following information will help make your absence safer for them and less stressful for you.
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