Do you enjoy the benefits of technology, but are concerned about:
‣ Smartphone, social media, internet or screen addiction?
‣ Children and youth disconnected from others and nature?
Our medical and technical experts offer evidence-based ways to:
‣ Clear tech clutter and streamline your use of devices and digital media to enjoy a healthier balance with tech at home and work
‣ Balance indoor screentime with outdoor greentime for less stress, better sleep, and a calm and focused mind
‣ Make best choices for a truly healthy home, and healthy aging in this digital age – from conception to college – and beyond
This book is for:
And if you have these concerns:
How students can be tech savvy and healthy in this digital age
Our School Tech Plan™ is for you.
You know they need to be prepared for this tech-driven world but you are concerned that many students spend too much time sitting inside, in front of screens, and seem to be losing their ability to settle, process information, focus and stay on task.
You are also concerned about a lack of empathy, kindness and their ability to interact well with each other.
How do you set classroom and school tech policies.
You’re concerned about kids disconnected from the natural world – you know that unstructured nature play should be part of their daily lives.
However, not all parents or school administrators are always onboard. There may be polarization at your school between those with the view that the more tech the better, or those who feel that more nature time and safer tech is required.
Our technical experts, neuroscientists and physicians specializing in this emerging field will offer suggestions for schools in this digital age.
Too much time sitting in front of electronic screens?
This is an essential part of your workplace. How can you and your co-workers find a healthy balance and stay healthy and productive? Ergonomics and screentime guidelines can make a big difference.
Our Workplace Tech Plan™ is for you.
WiFi in cars, buses, trains and aircraft
Staying online when travelling is good to keep in touch with the office, pass the time and entertain the kids.
But did you know that WiFi can be a factor in vertigo, adverse cardiac effects and cognitive impairment? Never good in traffic, or at 36,000 ft.