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Ways Technology can Clearly Help New Parents

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Mothers and fathers five thousand years ago basically had to make do with whatever was available in their natural environment, and hope their children lived through childhood. This situation was often the case even in more civilized quarters of Europe; at least until microbial sanitation was discovered and modern medicine became what it is today.

Technology helps society directly, and indirectly, it can be quite helpful to parents. Today’s technological capabilities provide unique opportunities for parents that are conducive to healthy child development simultaneously. Following we’ll briefly look at three of these technological advantages, and how you can use them to be a better mom or dad.

  1. IoT Devices Like “Smart” Baby Monitors

The Internet of Things is everywhere. You can use a refrigerator to send a text message if you’ve got the proper know-how, and the fridge is new enough. Beyond novelty uses of such tech, there are specific applications of IoT innovation such as the “smart” baby monitor.

These not only have visual, audiological recordings of your baby. They can also give you vitals, and all easy to check on with the tap of a smartphone from wherever you happen to be. You can even check in on the babysitter remotely through this tech if you’re not at home.

  1. Tele-Health Solutions Aid in Breastfeeding

Tele-health solutions make it possible to meet a doctor in real time as you would in their office, but from the comfort of your own home. Basically, you just log on, use whatever app your doctor works with, and get the advice you need.

You can contact lactation professionals to explore breastfeeding latch positions, get children examined for illnesses like you would at the traditional pediatric office, and more.

  1. Decentralization Helps You Be There for Your Children

Speaking of remote communications, these have been core to modern decentralization. By the end of 2022, it’s expected approximately 25% of all jobs in the USA will be remote. That means you can work from home, be there for your children around the clock, and save money on the commute you’d have to deal with otherwise. Time is money, and you’ll save that, too.

As decentralization has increased remote work opportunities, you can expect new infrastructure built around such technological capability to compound. Eventually, it will be only a minority of the population that drives to a physical office to clock in every day.

Using Technology to Give Your Child the Best Upbringing

Decentralization makes it possible for you to “be there” for your children like you never could before. Similarly, tele-health can bring lactation support specialists and general practitioners right into your home.

IoT devices like “smart” monitors and other devices allow you to not only keep an eye on your newborn, but monitor their vitals as well; all from the comfort of your phone. There are lots of other ways modern tech has changed parenthood, and that trend will likely continue.

Mothers and fathers five thousand years ago basically had to make do with whatever was available in their natural environment, and hope their children lived through childhood. This situation was often the case even in more civilized quarters of Europe; at least until microbial sanitation was discovered and modern medicine became what it is today.

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