Until recently I never thought much about child safety when visiting a large park such as Disneyland. When my son was young, he was the only child in the group so there were 20 eyes on him. Now as we visit the park we have 3 young children and my son is part of those 20 eyes. It is now important we have child safety products for the young members of our group. A great place I have found that provides all our needs is My Precious Kid. They have products for child ID bracelets (medical and non-medical), safety harnesses, lost child tattoos, and more.
Check out these products for your next Disney trip (or anywhere for that matter)
While at Disneyland resort, if your child gets lost here is where you will find your child safely
The end of Main Street, U.S.A., next to First Aid.
Disney's California Adventure Park
Next to the Mission Tortilla Factory in the Pacific Wharf.
Downtown Disney District
There is no Baby Center in the Downtown Disney District. Lost children found in the Downtown Disney District are taken to the Lost Children location inside Disneyland Park.
When traveling with a group that includes teenagers who wish to explore the park without adults, always have a meeting point and time. Make sure your teenager knows exactly where the meet up point is and provide them with a park map so they can find their way around. If your group does not have cell phones, long range walkie talkies work well. The rule in our family is all group members stay in the same park. There is no park hopping and we all meet for meals. Our meeting place is in front of Sleeping Beauty's Castle since it is the most recognizable attraction and the first you see as you walk into the park. Being a central location is an added plus.