Bette Antonellis, L.P.N., CTTS-M, is a licensed practical nurse, a master certified tobacco treatment specialist, and a health educator affiliated with local hospitals, health care facilities and community centers on the South Shore of Massachusetts.
Her small business, South Shore Safety, specializes in health education and safety programs for kids, such as Home Alone Staying Safe, “Circles of Safety” self defense programs, Babysitter Safety Training, as well as tobacco treatment services for teens and adults.
When parents entrust their most treasured gifts to a babysitter, remember that they will feel more secure and will be more likely to hire someone who has taken Babysitter Safety Training. Boys and girls who are trained in Babysitter Safety will have more confidence in dealing with the challenges that may face them while caring for children of all ages and stages. While the focus of this training is safety first, emphasis is also placed on responsibility, practical knowledge of child care, and developing a positive attitude when caring for children.
Please print the form attached and follow directions before the class.
Registration & Refund Information
Registration: Student is only considered registered (and spot reserved) in a program once payment is received. Online registration & payment is the quickest and easiest way to secure a spot in a program. Registration is also accepted in our office and by mail on a first-come first-served basis.
Refunds: There will be a $10 processing fee for all refunds/credits and all requests must be made at least 5 business days prior to the start of the program.
Age Requirement: Participants must be the minimum age for the program or turn that age within the first week of the program.
Confirmations: Please keep a record of your registration. Confirmations are emailed as soon as your registration is processed; no further confirmations or reminders are provided.
We ensure the safety of all participants in our programs. Therefore we hold the right to decline/remove any child from any program provided that the child is: 1)Potentially putting themselves at risk of injury, 2) Potentially putting others at risk of injury through their actions, or 3) Blatantly disregarding proper safety rules as set forth by the instructor of the program.