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Since our nine year old son started using his TicTocTrack Watch it has given us the ability to give him so much more freedom. We feel so much more relaxed allowing him to do so much more, like ride to school, and he feels safe in the knowledge that if he needs us we are only a button away. The technology is amazing, it works so well and being able to telephone the watch is the best invention ever. We couldn’t recommend it more highly.

Carolyn Creswell – Company Founder
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I’d like to let you know the watch we purchased for my son is brilliant. He has Autism and is a runner. Before the watch I had to drive down the road after him to try and calm him down and get him home. Now he has his watch on and I can call him to talk to him and he comes home. I’ve also been able to find him at friends’ houses and when we go out. Before the watch every trip outside of the house caused our family a lot of anxiety and worry. I have been recommending this watch to all parents of Autistic children as it really has been so effective for us.

Donna L

My 51 year old Brother is intellectually disabled but is very fit. My 87 year old Mother is also very fit and loves to take him walking. Unfortunately she lost him on a bush track near Sydney 3 years ago and it took 2 days & nights for police and SES workers to find my Brother. Since then we have been looking for a useable tracking device. We finally found that with the TicTocTrack GPS watch. Now when my Mother takes my Brother for walks we can log in and see where they are. The TicTocTrack team are very helpful and provide really improtant back up and are always ready to take my calls.

Peter P.

When my son started school I was worried about him wandering out of the school grounds. Now I just set the GEO Fence around the school and can relax knowing that I’ll be alerted if that happens.

Tracey, Mum of Max 6 years old.

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