Empowering the Special Needs Community
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Parenting a child with special needs comes with its own set of unique challenges. For families of children with special needs, safety is always a concern. AngelSense is honored to help parents keep their children safe, and bring peace of mind. As we look back at 2017, we’re very proud to have helped thousands
A bus ride poses a unique set of challenges for anyone with special needs. After all it’s a unique situation which requires a person to deal with other people, information, money and transitions.
For special children, the consequences and damage of bullying may be long lasting and often further impairs an already withdrawn child’s social skills. But the severity of this situation only becomes clear when you consider a survey we conducted in 2015.
The prevalence of wandering among children with autism has raised the discussion of utilizing GPS to address safety skills in a student’s IEP. Get the complete guide to documenting GPS in the IEP.
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.
Bullying can affect all children, but children with special needs are far more likely to become targets and the impact on them tends to be longer-lasting and far more severe . We’ve put together 5 practical tips on how you can protect your child from bullies.
We recently polled a group of AngelSense GPS Tracker customers asking them how they benefit from it throughout the school year. The answers revolved around three main areas: school bus safety, wandering prevention and knowing exactly when your child is due to arrive home.
Dayann and Brian McDonough, parents of two kids with autism, recently won the fight over their children’s right to wear the AngelSense GPS tracking device at school. We applaud them for this great achievement.