Protecting Credit, Go Baby Go Project, Your Child and ADHD
The Matt Townsend Show - Season 1, Episode 704
- Oct 22, 2015 1:00 pm
- 2:20:35 mins
Chip and PIN Software (14:26) Mark Horwedel is the CEO of the Merchant Advisory Group. As of October 1, 2015 all retail stores were required to have the new chip and PIN software in their stores or they would be blamed for any fraudulent charges. This rollout has left many consumers confused and skeptical of its promised protection. Mr. Horwedel explains how the new credit card system will be more secure and go a long way to protect a customer's personal information. Go Baby Go Project (59:14) Mike Wollenzein is the UCAT (Utah Center for Assistive Technology) director. Kevin Christensen is UCAT’s Occupational Therapist. UCAT is involved in a projects called Go Baby Go that mobilizes kids under the age of 5 by using toy cars. Parents bring the cars and UCAT is able to modify the car to allow the kids to move by the touch of a button. Mike and Kevin talk with Dr. Townsend and explain the program . How to help your child handle ADHD (1:46:18) Dr. Erik von Hahn is a Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician and the Associate Professor at Tufts University School of Medicine. He specializes in working collaboratively with schools to address the interface between the health care system and the educational system. Dr. Von Hahn joins Dr. Townsend to talk about How Can You Help Your Child Handle ADHD.