Category: Children

Are GPS Trackers for Autistic Children Provided by...

In response to the massive search and tragic death of Avonte Oquendo in New York City in 2014, Sen. Chuck Schumer (D-NY) proposed Avonte’s Law—a legislation that would fund GPS tracking devices for children with autism. Four years later, the …

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10 Ways to Know If Your Child Is Not at School

For some children, school can be far from fun. It can be boring, depressing, or even dangerous. Even if all is relatively well, children don’t want to go to school; there is so much fun elsewhere. In some cases, they may …

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How to Keep Your College Kid Safe

Safety Issues in Campuses In recent years, there has been a rising concern of safety in campuses and colleges. Petty crimes like theft were most common, but the number of reports of violent crimes, sexual assault, and even death is …

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How 3G GPS Watch Trackers Help Foster Parents

The Adoption and Foster Care Analysis Reporting System (AFGARS) reported that there were 402,378 children from birth through age 20 living in foster care. Being on the front lines of delivery service every day, foster parenting a child comes with its own …

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8 Missing Children Cases That Remain Unsolved

On October 9, 1972, then-six-year-old Etan Patz left the loft apartment he shared with his parents for school. For the first time, the young boy walked from their home to the school bus stop all by himself. He was never …

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Fourth of July Tips for Parents with Autistic Chil...

Fourth of July celebrations are fun and exciting for most people, but not so much for parents with autistic children and individuals. Crowded public spaces, cracks and explosions of fireworks, and the sheer excitement in the air all spell disaster …

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