Probably every parent has had this experience had at least once. You are in the zoo, amusement park or a crowded shopping center, you stagger out of your child for what appears to 2 seconds, look back, and your heart when they are not there anymore.
It happened so fast, and it can happen so easily. You want to keep track of your child, but children are naturally curious. You'll find everything was amazing. They are also fast. In her own little world, they have no idea about the dangers ofWalk off.
Even if you tell them it is dangerous to their thoughts can not really be able to understand or the threat of a possible horrific outcome. Nor do we want them to know.
Unfortunately, the statistics on this are not small. More than 725,000 cases of missing children are reported each year in the United States. All of them joined the public in one place, either with a parent or while under the supervision of an adult.
So what should parents do? Obviously you needtake your children to the public. You can not be locked up until they turn 18 (what would constitute an entirely different issue).
Fortunately, technology has come a long way and has brought with it a variety of devices, the safety of children make parenting less stressful too - well, anyway in an area!
Parents everywhere have applauded the inventor of the child-tracking device. Starting with the very young and adapting to different age groups, to the young peopleParents can now have a kind of quiet when it comes to the location of their children.
For the very young, and before they begin to migrate, there are baby monitors and security cameras.
For toddlers, there are devices that place the child. They work on the same principles as cordless phone finder. The activator is kept in a bag or on a keychain. To find your child, you just use the activator and the device on the child will beep loudly.
Then there is distance monitored.These are also divided into two parts, bear a child and a parent for the. If the child wandered outside a certain area, the alarm sounds. Some of them also feel panic buttons for the child, if she ever threatened.
Audible and visual alarms are good ideas to attract attention to a potential attacker. The child wears the alarm, usually in the form of a clock, and can trigger the alarm if they feel in a potentially dangerous situation.
As your childrenbroaden their horizons and to fly out of sight for hours on end, you can keep track of them by various means. Of course there are cell phones. There are also wireless products that can be used as tracking devices, and can also monitor up to 4 children at once.
Then comes good old GPS. Much to the dismay your teen, the sky is the limit with these devices. GPS tracking systems are a gift to the parents. Your teenager may not want to hear, but on the other hand, what young peopleHow?
Joking aside, as parents, only you to decide how far you can go with your child's monitoring with GPS. Who knows, maybe even one day, thank you.