Parents and Caregivers
The publications listed below provide information to parents
or others caring for young children at risk for lead poisoning.
Give Your Child the Chance of a Lifetime: Keep Your Child Lead-Safe A tri-fold brochure in
English (Exit DHS; PDF, 136 KB) and
(Exit DHS; PDF, 487 KB)
developed for parents on lead poisoning prevention.
Childhood Lead Poisoning: What you should know about
your child's blood lead test results
Information on how to make a
plan to reduce your child's blood lead level
(Exit DHS; PDF, 861 KB).
Parents: Look Out for Lead in
(P44535, PDF, 92 KB) and Spanish
(P44535S, PDF, 92 KB) A
tri-fold pamphlet for parents and caregivers providing
basic information about blood lead testing, where to
look for lead hazards and what to do about them.
Parents - Look Out for Lead: Where to
Look - coloring sheet
- in English (PDF,
868 KB) and Spanish
(PDF, 67 KB)
An activity sheet which identifies places in the home and yard where lead
hazards can be found.
With Your Child's Diagnosis A booklet (Exit DHS; PDF,
for parents/caregivers acknowledging the emotions experienced when told a
child has been lead poisoned.
Protect Your Family From Lead in Your Home Owners of pre-1978 housing are required
to give this pamphlet to tenants when entering into or renewing a rental agreement,
English (Exit DHS, PDF, 6 MB)
other languages (Exit DHS).
Lead Paint Safety: A Field Guide
for Painting, Home Maintenance, and Renovation Work in English
(Exit DHS; PDF, 1.3 MB) and Spanish
(Exit DHS; PDF, 1.9 MB)
A step-by-step manual that
illustrates the safety precautions to take when painting, doing
maintenance or renovating in homes built before 1978.
Help Yourself to a Healthy Home A self-help
booklet (Exit DHS; PDF,
1.3 MB) for parents/caregivers that covers housing-related health issues
such as asthma, lead, etc.
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