Saturday, October 1, 2016

Parents Are Dying for the Option to Microchip Their Kids

"Luckily for parents, Brickhouse does provide other methods of monitoring children, like GPS trackers that attach to belts and tags that send parents notifications if a child has wandered away. For parents of special-needs children, these tools can be a lifesaver—and while we're probably a few years from seeing enhanced by surgery, more and more companies are providing parents with the ability to keep tabs on their kids in less intrusive ways in order to keep kids safe and comfortable.

Former news anchor Lauren Thierry's clothing company, Independence Day Clothing, takes into account how some children living with autism may have sensory triggers that prevent them from wearing anything with too many tags or buttons and hides their monitoring systems in specially designed compartments meant to prevent distress."

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