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
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
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.
Should any individual or group be concerned that they are not adequately cited or if you choose not to be linked to on our site and would prefer your information to be taken down, kindly let us know.
We hope to build Co-alition among all groups
and spread the word to parents.
National Association For Children And Safe Technology information
'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 They are also calling for action on the US government's outdated radiation safety standards.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:
Read the AAP policy statements on screens:
10 Reasons Why Children Under the Age of 12 Should Not Use Handheld Devices