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17 Quotes to Inspire Special Needs Parents in 2017

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How can you use the start of a new year to sharpen your own parenting skills and resolve to make 2017 the best year for you and your family? Here are 17 quotes to keep you inspired and on track in 2017.

2016 in Review: AngelSense Saves the Day for These Special Needs Families

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The AngelSense GPS Tracker was created to ensure the safety and well-being of our special children, making things easier. As we look back at 2016, we’re very proud to have been able to do that for many families. Here are some of their stories.

10 Fun Activities to Keep Kids With Special Needs Busy This Holiday Season

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The festive season can be overwhelming for kids with special needs. But it doesn’t have to be. Here are 10 simple but fun activities your entire family will enjoy.

What We’re Thankful For – Being a Special Needs Mom in the Age of Technology

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With the year coming to a close, we asked our customer care team or, as we like to call them, “Our Moms”, what they’re thankful for. Interestingly, all our Moms made it a point to say that they’re thankful for technologies that make their life just a little bit easier and better in some way.

Unsure How to Protect a Loved One with Alzheimer’s from Wandering? Start Here

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It’s not uncommon for a person with dementia or Alzheimer’s Disease to wander. What makes this particularly worrying is that this can happen regardless of how advanced the disease is. In fact, some research suggests that at least 60% of Alzheimer’s suffers will wander at some point during the progression of the disease. This often results in a person getting separated from their loved ones, and can put their life at risk.

AngelSense GPS Wins Patient Innovation Award

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Exciting news! AngelSense has been named winner of the 2016 Patient Innovation Award. The AngelSense GPS Tracker was chosen as a groundbreaking product as it’s designed specifically for children with special needs and features capabilities that address their unique challenges.

Help Your Child with Special Needs Have Fun & Stay Safe this Halloween

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There’s no escaping the haunting enchantment of Halloween when unassuming neighborhoods take on an other worldliness. So captivating is this holiday that adults and children alike find themselves spellbound by the uniqueness of the day. And this is something that children with special needs should also get to experience.

Awesome New Features in the 2017 Version of the AngelSense GPS Tracker

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AngelSense allows parents to monitor every part of their child’s day and see exactly where they are, when they arrived and left, their real-time travel routes and even the speed they are travelling at. The recently launched Late Departure Warning feature was designed to add another layer of safety, sending you an instant alert if your child has not left school, or any other regularly visited place on time.

How a GPS Tracker Can Help Prevent Bullying and Mistreatment of Children with Special Needs

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GPS trackers are linked in most people‘s minds to making sure children don’t wander and get lost. the AngelSense GPS Tracker was also designed to help parents identify if bullying of their child is taking place, enabling them to take the action necessary to prevent it.

10 Signs of Sensory Processing Disorder – What to Look Out For

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Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD) is commonly misunderstood and tends to be misdiagnosed as either autism or ADHD. And yet the reality is that SPD is believed to affect anywhere between 5% to 15% of school going children.

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