Children’s Mercy Hospital has initiated a program to educate parents visiting the hospital with their children on methods to correct unruly behavior without striking their kids. Signs promoting the No Hit Zone program can be found all over the hospital.
Children’s Mercy Hospital has initiated a program to educate parents visiting the hospital with their children on methods to correct unruly behavior without striking their kids. Signs promoting the No Hit Zone program can be found all over the hospital. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star
Children’s Mercy Hospital has initiated a program to educate parents visiting the hospital with their children on methods to correct unruly behavior without striking their kids. Signs promoting the No Hit Zone program can be found all over the hospital. Chris Ochsner The Kansas City Star

Children’s Mercy Hospital’s No Hit Zone is part of movement urging parents not to strike their children

September 20, 2014 3:18 PM

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