Technology To Remember Your Child

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Hot Vehicles Are Not Babysitters, SET A TASK!!!!

Vehicular Heat Stroke Claims Second Child
In 2017

A Child was lost in January, and this second was February 28, 2017,  in front of a daycare where his half-sister has worked for the last six months, in Brandon, Florida.

People point fingers to Law Makers, Car Manufacturers, and even mobile phone app developers.

I knew a lot of people text while driving, but I wanted to make a point here, so I checked out how many states have texting laws.

Currently, 46 states, D.C., Puerto Rico, Guam and the U.S. Virgin Islands ban text messaging for all drivers.

ATTENTION!!!!
SMART PHONES DO MORE THAN TEXT

I can’t imagine anyone walking in front of a bus while texting or playing a game.

NOW HEAR THIS, all smart phones have an app, which is called CALENDAR, or one closely associated which handles your to-do list, or TASKS.

Tasks are really no different than texts, and I know everyone knows how to text.  I log over 1500 texts every month, but up until last summer when Blair Corbett, Ark of Hope for Children, and I were talking about this very thing, I had never set a TASK in my phone.

OK, your wife asks you to drop the baby off at “Mother’s Day Out” on your way to work tomorrow, which is 8:30am, because you clock-in at 9:00am sharp;

  1. Set Task in your phone to “Drop The Baby at Mother’s Day Out” for the proper date and time. (Make sure the NOTIFICATION is ON.)
  2. No matter where you are, when that alarm goes off, HIT THE SLEEPER, now you are probably saying “How do I hit the sleeper if I am driving”.  You use voice commands, OR you wait until you stop, or you pull into a 7-11 and park, kill your engine, select “SNOOZE”, buckle up, fire the motor back up and drive, because you have 5 minutes until SNOOZE.
  3. Continue to hit snooze until the Baby is safely at Mother’s Day Out, and you are back in your vehicle, ready to finish the drive to work.
  4. Now you can hit dismiss, and put a check mark in the little box, because the Baby is safely at Mother’s Day Out.

I can’t imagine anyone forgetting one of their Children.

Speaking of that, this is a very good article on the subject:

What kind of person leaves a child in a hot car to die?

 

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