The disappearance of a child is a parent’s worst nightmare. This National Missing Children’s Day, May 25, is the perfect opportunity for parents to review and discuss safety measure with their kids. We should all take a moment to honor the professionals, agencies, and organization that work to protect our children.
Thomas Paine said it well, “If there must be trouble, let it be in my day, that my child may have peace.” No matter how many discussions we have or how much we trust them, parents still wish they could be sure of their child’s whereabouts every second of the day. Luckily, though children may face new kinds of danger in our modern world, technology has made it easier than ever to keep a virtual eye on them. So here are 20 new ways to keep track of your kids.
20. AmberAlert GPS
This new device features two-way calling as well as GPS tracking for your children. Kids can call parents via the touch of a button and parents can set up a physical boundary so that they receive an alert if their child has gone to a restricted area. The AmberAlert GPS can be worn in a variety of ways and different color face plates are available for the fashion-conscious child.