Child Care Safety and its Reliance on Technology

 

With staggering technological advancement happening daily, new tidbits and gadgets equate to fresh trends in all industries. However, in the realm of childcare, there have been progressions on early childhood education and general safety via digital advancements that offer a plethora of services and new opportunities. There’s no price for human life, and only a parent can know that safety is priceless when it comes to their children. They also realize that it’s impractical, not to mention impossible, to keep children within sight 24/7/365.

Technology in childcare

Smart devices have introduced innovative ways for caregivers to stay in touch with their parents immediately. Video calls, text messaging, and sharing photos offer parents the opportunities to keep an essential check on their children’s well-being at all times.

Security cameras installed in various rooms of the house and classrooms also give parents the peace of mind they covet when sending kids off to school or leaving them in the care of nannies.

Safety

While choosing a caregiver can cause tremendous stress and sleepless nights for parents, there are certain ways in which trust can be ensured. While positive referrals and references are the most reliable ways to vet a caregiver, background checks have also become quite common in the childcare industry.

Online portals link caregivers and parents with agencies that recommend background checks so that every family can be sure that they have chosen a professional and trustworthy individual with the care of their child.

Once the chosen caregiver starts working, remote monitoring via cameras allows parents to keep a watchful eye and make sure their children are at the receiving end of compassionate and quality care.

Infant care

The era of ticking baby milestones off a checklist is long gone. There are numerous apps now that help parents track information that can be used for several years. These apps can record their children’s feedings, sleep, baths, and diaper changes. It also offers spreadsheets or graphs to help parents analyze their baby’s sleep patterns or cranky attitudes during the week.

Other tools consist of clip-on sensors that count the number of words a baby utters or hears through the day. This could prove to be vital for a child’s higher vocabulary and performance on IQ tests.

These recorded data could one day prove to be the key to unlocking the secrets of the universe, but for now, they are offering parents peaceful sleep at night, which is no small miracle!

 

 

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