Thursday, April 18, 2024

‘Peace of mind’ with baby cameras


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ONLY ONE day care centre, out of more than 100 private nurseries on the island, has so far taken up an offer by a local company to install baby video monitors.

Andrew Cave of, which installs cameras in day care centres so parents may see their children via a web page, said he was disappointed that nurseries had not bought into it.

“The idea behind it is to give parents peace of mind so that if they have a busy schedule they can peek in and see what their child is doing,” Cave said. “They would not have to miss those first steps or that first sound.”

Just last month, an issue emerged at Little Treasures Day Care Centre, resulting in parents blasting the nursery on social media for its practices. (MB)

Please read the full story in today’s Sunday Sun, or in the eNATION edition.



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