Children are addicted to phones
“Teens spend more than 7 hours on screens for entertainment a day...the amount of screen time does not include school work”–ABCNews.
At home, parents often believe that children use phones to listen to music; however, they do not know that their children can be exposed to dangerous content. Safe Pouches allow your children to listen to music without exposing them to dangerous content online.
Build family bond and relationship
Cell phones are great for family members to communicate; however, addiction to phones may destroy family as each of them choose to communicate with others online instead with each others to over challenges. Sexual predators and criminals often prey on vulnerable children. Safe Pouches help family create daily phone-free routines to have time for family bonding.
With Safe Pouches, you don’t have to pay for apps’ monthly fees. Most importantly, your children can still listen to music, make calls, answer calls, or charge it.
Sometimes, it’s too late.
Sexual predators and criminals are constantly preying on your children who are vulnerable. As busy parents, it’s almost impossible to monitor your children on their phones. Safe Pouches allow your children to list to music without exposing to online predators. Also, having established phone-free routines, your children are less likely exposed to predators and dangerous content online.
It’s impossible monitor your children all the time
As parents, you can never monitor our children actions on their phones violating violating their privacy. We may pay for expensive monthly apps to monitor your children, but they quickly find new ways to go around it.
Safe Pouches helps parents to establish proactive and positive routines to limit your children exposure to dangerous content online.
Investing in your children’s futures.
“Less screentime linked to better memory, learning in kids” – Science News for Students
“MRIs show screen time linked to lower brain development in preschoolers” —CNNhealth
“Social media, screen time linked to depression in teens”–ABCNews