Setting curfews for your child’s safety

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TOREZ, UKRAINE – FEBRUARY 27: A boy naps during nap time at Torez Special Secondary boarding school #43 on February 27, 2015 in Torez, Ukraine. The school acts as both a school for local children and an orphanage for children who no longer have a place to live. The school receives assistant from pro-Russian rebels. Eastern Ukraine has seen sporadic fighting between the Ukrainian Army and pro-Russian rebels for the past year, killing over 5,000 people. (Photo by Andrew Burton/Getty Images)

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It’s important to set a curfew for your child’s safety.

So, there are some things you need to consider when decided on what the curfew will be.

Take into consideration your child’s comfort level, how safe the neighborhood you live in is and how far away his/her friends live.

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