7065 Parenting and Child Development Public Schools of North Carolina approved course vocabulary
A basic need for the sense of security
freedom from danger
Feeling free from harm
sense of security
A feeling of being safe
"In an unharmed, uninjured, or undamaged condition"
Untroubled by feelings of fear or doubt
"A surrounding or situation where harm, damage, or loss is unlikely"
"To make something safe for children to use, or safe against damage or tampering by children"
A portable weapon that fires ammunition such as a pistol or rifle
An immune system response to a food that the body perceives as harmful
Results from eating foods that contain bacteria or their toxic byproducts
"To deprive somebody of air or prevent somebody from breathing, or be unable to breathe"
A medical condition caused by toxic levels of the metal lead in the blood
Hazadous material that may be found in homes build prior to 1978
"Relating to devices, systems, or circuits that employ components such as vacuum tubes, integrated circuits, or transistors in their design e.g., are computer, Ipod, etc. "
Free from bodily harm
Rules for the safe use of the Internet for children
"Violence within the home which includes the use of physical and sexual violence, threats and intimidation, emotional abuse and denying of finances"
Things that happen once in a while but are major events
"The exchange of information between people by means of speaking, writing, or using a common system of signs or behavior"
The process of doing something in order to achieve a purpose
"A national network of local organizations that work to advance the common good by focusing on education, income and health"
An international organization dedicated to the medical care of the sick or wounded in wars and natural disasters
A government agency that provides social services to individuals or a community
Employment Security Commission
An agency that helps people find jobs
An agency that provides medical care to people who cannot afford medical help
A group that provides not only financial support but also spiritual, volunteer and community support