Weenect, leader de la géolocalisation familiale, propose une gamme de traceurs GPS pour les différents membres de la famille : les enfants, les seniors, les chiens et chats.
Ce blog a vocation à aider les familles dans leur vie quotidienne.
Seniors are not always aware of their loss of autonomy. In certain cases, it is difficult for them to acknowledge that their abilities are declining as they age and they might refuse help. What are your options in that case? Here’s our advice!
Trained at the earliest age, guide dogs play a crucial role in the lives of people with reduced mobility or impaired vision. We’ll tell you more about these extraordinary dogs and the breeds that are best suited for these needs.
It’s the same story every year, it’s time to let your kids go on a school trip, and you’re concerned about their well-being. Should you stay in contact with them everyday, or leave them some space with their friends and teachers?
Grandparents mean a lot to their grandkids: they may not be very close to them, but they usually have a very strong and meaningful bond.
Here is our input to make this relationship fulfilling and healthy.
Scouting can be very helpful in a child’s search for autonomy. It is also a fabulous way to discover community life and the joy that it brings, especially with young people the same age, in the wilderness.
We all have great childhood memories of our holidays at grandma’s and grandpa’s. Children get spoiled, especially during that time of the year… If you can’t spend the holidays with your kids this year, we’ll help you make this time comfortable and enjoyable for the whole family.
You want to welcome a new member in your family, but here you are, debating whether you should get a dog or a cat. The choice may seem easy for some people. For the others, here is our advice to make a meaningful decision based on your expectations and preferences.
Petitioning for guardianship is not a decision that should be taken lightly. There are a few questions to address before starting the process. We’ll help you see things more clearly and weigh alternative solutions.
Can I let my dog run around without a leash? How can I teach it not to run away? What is written in the law? Follow the guide! Teach your dog the “no leash” mode Follow the steps: before you take the leash off of your dog, make sure that it behaves properly… on the […]
When is the right time to place a senior in a retirement facility? A senior’s relatives often choose the accommodation that is closest; but is it always the right option? Which criteria should you look at before making a decision? Retirement homes: what is the right timing and who is concerned? Placing a senior in […]
Indoor life and freedom; two concepts that don’t seem too compatible! However, living indoors does not always induce a feeling of confinement for cats; open the door to new spaces to discover! Indoor cats: what is the right level of freedom? Your cat has never been outside of your apartment? First of all, don’t feel […]
Children start being autonomous when they acquire the ability to make rational choices. There are two major steps in a child’s path to getting by on their own and dealing with a journey alone. Autonomy at 7-8 years old Children start developing their moral sense (sense of “good” and “evil”) around 7 or 8 years […]
Its mother, now you… your puppy dog is not yet used to being alone. Here are a few tips to accustom your puppy to living in an empty house during the day, and make sure that the transition goes smoothly.
The holiday is coming to an end, you’ll be back home soon. Your pet will go back to being on its own when you’re at work. Make sure that the transition is smooth, and get it used to a normal daily routine in advance: it’ll be less disturbing for your pet.
Changing schools or going to middle school are important steps in your children’s development. We’re giving you all the information you need to help them go through these events autonomously and safely, without stress.