E.D. Hill often highlights the important work done at The National Center for Missing and Exploited Children.
Learn how to keep your children safe online by visiting Netsmartz.org NCMEC’s Internet safety resource for parents and children.
This online resource has interactive presentations for kids of all ages, and is packed with information for parents and guardians to help them facilitate discussions with their children about online safety. Netsmartz.org teaches kids how to protect and empower themselves online, through fun and engaging games and video clips.
Here are some Quick Tips on how to proceed if your child is missing:
- Search the house- Look in closets, under laundry piles, and under beds.
- Call 911
- If your child disappears in store, ask for “Code Adam Plan”
- Call National Crime Information Center to add your child to their list.
- Call 1-800-THE-LOST (National Center for Missing & Exploited Children)
For more information about NCMEC, or to report a missing child sighting, call their 24-hour hotline at 1-800-THE-LOST or visit their website at www.missingkids.com
E.D. Hill knows the internet can be a blessing and a curse- particularly when it comes to identity theft. Have you ever wondered how your name, telephone number, address and even your birth date and social security number can end up on the internet? Think it’s not that big a deal? Think again. These simple facts are all a potential identity thief needs to gain access to your personal accounts and information.
E.D. Hill helps you solve one of the holiday shopping seasons worst nightmares. Have you ever gotten the runaround by an automated phone service? It can be really frustrating and time consuming. Well the people behind GetHuman.com want to share some helpful tips when it comes to dealing with customer service hotlines.
E.D. Hill loves to eat! Ever wish you had a quick way to help your mood? Well it’s as easy as having a snack. Dr. Manny explains what foods to snack on to help improve your mood.
E.D. Hill and her family have two dogs, one cat, 5 fish, 65 chickens, numerous longhorn and brangus, llamas, alpacas…you get the tidea. They love animals. Rich Demuro, Senior Editor of CNET.coms hares some of the top gadgets out there right now for pets.
Here are some links to these fun products.