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Carlee March 10, at 8: But for a neurotypical kid? It works great for us. Other parents have other parenting approaches that work great for them too. Jo March 10, at 8: So you are making the decision for your children, which I respect. Having a teen is much tougher now though to control the usage because a lot of her time is spent doing homework on devices, where she can easily jump from screen to screen FB, instagram, games, etc….
Ivonne Aviles March 11, at And you probably had things that your parents did not. Life is too short. Live it to the fullest during your lifetime because you might miss out. O'Sullivan March 10, at 9: Love this essay, especially this line: Technology has, in fact, been the solution to a whole host of things.
Everything in life requires balance and what is balanced for me may not be balanced for the next guy. Lindsay March 10, at They collaborate, bicker, and cooperate to build worlds and rout the bad guys, build villages, and solve problems. They tell each other long, involved fantasies as they play, giving backstories and planning the future plot lines as they build their landscapes.
Heidi March 12, at 8: If anything, technology has given my kids an outlet and avenue for amazing creative and problem solving endeavors. All four of my children have almost unfettered access to technology at our house and they still choose to turn off and go to the park or play outside often.
Mandy March 10, at That HuffPo piece made my skin crawl. I can do my own parenting, thanks. I am 63 and since started working in front of a computer terminal.
I have grown up with them and was a reresentative for Sabre, travel software used by travel agencies, for many years.
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I was responsible for about accounts in Puerto Rico and the Caribbean. I had to train my travel agents to transition to the Internet and lose my job in the process. I also had to learn how to overcome their resistance to change.
At this point in time I am in shock that there is such an aversion to such an efficient and interactive way to communicate and learn. However, if your son was getting say, art therapy, music therapy, movement therapy, etc… those all benefit people on the spectrum and all individuals with all abilities.
Jo March 10, at I take issue with fear-mongering, which is what this original article is doing to parents. The arts are wonderful, but remember, there a great deal many ways to experience them. My son will not tolerate a concert, no matter what the music may be, but he loves music, and can safely access it on his device at a volume and rate that is both tolerable and meaningful for him.
He loves art, but has sensory issues and low muscle tone and underdeveloped fine motor skills that prevent him from painting and drawing but with the iPad, he is able to trace and fill in colors and explore in a way that would otherwise prove extremely difficult for him.
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