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The once-complex task of driving a car only again becomes complicated when we have to teach our own children to drive. Just as we no longer pay heed to all the small steps which go together to make the car drive smoothly, we have forgotten all the small steps it takes to start the school [...]

Top 3 Tips For Banishing Bullying

While keeping a good line of communication open between you and your child's school is vital to addressing and preventing bullying, there are also some steps you can take with your child to arm them with skills and strategies to stop bullying - or make them less likely to be targeted in the first place. [...]

Helicopter Parenting In the Age of Technology

Jennifer Lewis, mother of three, experienced the longest 10 minutes of her life when she lost track of her daughter in a Brisbane shopping mall. Thanks to TicTocTrack , the world's smallest GPS smart tracking watch, Ms Lewis found her child safe and sound. “I don’t like the idea of being a ‘helicopter mother’ but [...]


As a parent, you willingly want to give your children the opportunity to have their freedom and independence but are often more concerned with their safety. This Christmas you can give your child their freedom in the shape of a watch. It is often difficult to find a gift that provides a win-win for both [...]

Brisbane Child Safety Innovators Announced as MyBusiness Award Finalists

TicTocTrack has been announced as finalists in the 2014 MyBusiness Awards. The TicTocTrack watch - launched by mother of two and businesswoman Karen Cantwell and education expert Simon Da Roza this year - is one of five Australian companies to be shortlisted nationally for its 'Best Use of Technology'. Utilising breakthrough advancements in GPS, the [...]

Autism and Child GPS Safety Tracking Devices

As most parents who have a child with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) know, kids with Autism are more prone to wander off, become overwhelmed and hide in obscure places or have sensory overload and meltdowns when their parent or carer is not around to guide them through calming techniques or remove them from negative stimulus. [...]