Summer fun ideas

Hi Linette,

I’m a pediatric occupational therapist and sensory specialist with expertise on the impact of technology overuse on child health and academic performance. Many children who overuse technology find it difficult to do anything else. Therefore, it’s important for parents and teachers to build interest and performance skills in non-tech areas, prior to expecting a child to “go outside and play”.

I would like to tell you about four new programs I’ve developed for use in homes and schools for your library. Whether played with family or classmates, these programs are designed for elementary aged children to build skills, but also build essential “connections” between teachers, students, parents, siblings, grandparents and caregivers.

Zone’in improves sensory processing and ability to pay attention.

Move’in improves fine motor ability to enhance printing and reading skill.

Unplug’in builds non-tech performance skills so kids choose to unplug themselves.

Live’in is a resource guide to help parents and teachers better manage technology use.

We can no longer ignore soaring rates of child developmental delays (15%), obesity (15%), and mental health disorders (14%) in our children related to technology overuse, and need to help parents and teachers learn more about programs that address these issues.

I’ve attached a product description brochure, and have an extensive website with video clips, bio, media kit, published articles, radio interviews etc.

Have a GREAT day!


Cris Rowan, BScOT, BScBi, SIPT, Approved Provider AOTA
CEO Zone’in Programs Inc.
6840 Seaview Rd.
Sechelt, BC V0N3A4
604-885-0986 office, 604-885-0389 fax, 604-740-2264 cell
email crowan@zonein.ca
website www.zonein.ca