National Association for Children and Safe Technology
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Conservative estimates indicate 1 in 20 children in the United States has some form of Sensory Processing Disorder (SPD). 

Making the Connection:  
Wireless Radiation &
Sensory Processing Disorder
26 August 2016
Safe Tech Schools For Maryland
Letter to All Superintendents and Chief Executive Officers Of the Public Schools In Maryland
​Ronald M. Powell, Ph.D.

09 August 2016
Long Island, NY - The Southampton Press,
Resident Calls For Wi-Fi Routers To Be Removed From Westhampton Beach Schools, Library
Erin McKinley

07 August 2016
Safe Tech For Schools
C-SPAN - US Presidential Candidate Jill Stein Speaks on Wi-Fi in School Health Risks

07 August 2016
New York Post
It's 'Digital Heroin': How Screens Turn Kids Into Psychotic Junkies
Dr. Nicholas Kardaras

We are asking these organizations to make:

  • Children's health and exposure to wireless radiation in educational settings an immediate priority for 2015.

The Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative has been endorsed by prominent scientists, doctors and advocates. 
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10 Myths
Common misconceptions about microwave radiation and children are examined on this page.  Don't believe the myths, get the facts!
Health Impacts
  Learn more about the health issues associated with exposure to wireless radiation.
Child Development
How does technology impact children's development?  Resources provided on stages of children's development.
Learn more about NACST; our mission and what we support.
The United States
From school assemblies to new legislation, learn more about the incredible work being done by parent and citizens in the United States.
To help familiarize you with common terms associated with technology, we have provided some definitions.
Watch a Movie
There are some outstanding, feature length movies on the subject of wireless.  View a movie or trailer here.
The National Association for Children and Safe Technology has launched a letter writing campaign entitled, Turn It Off 4 Kids.  We are reaching out to various organizations whose mission supports children's health and well being. 

NACST's Turn It Off 4 Kids Initiative

10 Facts
Learn 10 important facts every parent needs to know about microwave radiation and children.
Around the World
Find out about  international protections implemented in countries such as France, Belgium, India and others.

Welcome: Section Overview

A Thank You to Those Who have Paved the Way.

We consider this site a portal to other groups who have worked on this issue for years.  We hope to showcase the critical information they have worked tirelessly to bring forth. 

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We hope to build Co-alition among all groups

and  spread the word to parents.

National Association For Children And Safe Technology information


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'The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP), a non-profit organization of more than 60,000 medical professionals dedicated to children's health, safety and well-being, has published statements regarding media use by infants, children, and adolescents.  They are also calling for action on the US government's outdated radiation safety standards.

To the FCC: "Protect children’s health and well-being

Read their letters here: 
29 August 2013  AAP's Letter to the FCC on radiation
12 December 2012  AAP's Letter on Cell Phone Right to Know Act

Read the AAP policy statements on screens:
AAP Policy Statement:  Media Use by Children Under 2 Years
AAP Policy Statement:  Children, Adolescents & the Media
Cris Rowan's Huffington Post article received 1.2 million likes!  Watch as she explains the reasons here.



Two moms explore the health risks associated with our wireless age.


The American Academy of Pediatrics

Children, Screens and Media

10 Reasons Why Children Under the Age of 12 Should Not Use Handheld Devices