Coral Gables, FL, July 19, 2005 --(PR.com
)-- Parents can attest to the fact that children can sometimes be a handful, to say the least. Even those who don't have kids must recognize the plethora of needs a child requires. But what about the needs of the parent? They need to find a leak proof diaper or a cold medicine that will keep those ever-running noses from dripping all over the back seat. They need to find a spill-proof sippy cup that is actually spill-proof and won't get dumped over onto the morning paper. They need to find a way to lull our tiny loved ones to sleep granting some much-deserved peace and quiet at the end of long and hectic day.
Invent-Tech is helping clever and inventive moms and dads from across the country do these things and more. These inventors are not only the parents of infants, toddlers and angst-filled teens, but are now becoming the parents of ingenious concepts and products that could revolutionize the child-care industry.
A gentleman from Birmingham, AL has been working on clever methods to childproof a home. A grandmother from North Carolina has thought of a way to keep her grandchildren happily occupied. A grandfather from Maryland invented a new potty training method for little boys. Invent-Tech is assisting these and many other inventors in trying to bring their dreams to reality.
Approximately two million children are hurt in home-related injuries each year. Childproofing your home can easily prevent many of these accidents. A new invention called the My - T Safe Outlet Cover has been specially created to prevent children from inserting objects into an open socket outlet. Its unique design provides safer conditions, eliminating the possibilities of electric shock. It is a product simple enough for adults to use, yet too advanced for children to operate. Affordably priced and easy to install, its life saving features afford parents and caretakers peace of mind. Inventor Derek S. from Birmingham, Alabama began developing his idea for the My - T Safe Outlet Cover in the fall of 1999. He was motivated to create this product after viewing a show on television where a child was fatally electrocuted after inserting a metal rod into an open electrical outlet.
Traveling with small children can be an ordeal that many parents dread. A new product, the Child’s Travel Table promises to make this much more bearable. The Child’s Travel Table keeps children of all ages occupied during long hours on the road or in an airplane. Its innovative design allows children to work with small books, pencils, crayons, and paper. Best of all, the Child’s Travel Table is easy to transport and store away. Inventor, Julie A., of Flat Rock, NC began developing the idea in 2000. She was motivated to create the product because she wanted to provide her grandchildren with something useful to do while traveling.
The Little Boy’s Urinal teaches young boys how to use a urinal. Its innovative design makes it simple and allows young children to easily grasp and master the concept. Use of the Little Boy’s Urinal will insure that young boys learn at the critical training stage. Because it’s specifically for boys, the presence of the Little Boy’s Urinal can also provide a method of teaching young girls the difference between how boys and girls use the bathroom. It’s sure to be a hit with the millions of parents worldwide. The inventor, Frederic J. of Laurel, Maryland, began developing the idea in August of 1997. He was motivated to create the product one day while watching his three-year-old grandson wait his turn to use the bathroom along with a line of little girls who assumed that his grandson had to wait “just like them.”
Additional information about these inventions can be obtained by contacting the Press/Publicity Department of Invent Tech. at (800) 940-9020 Ext. 2285 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Invent-Tech, Inc. is a Coral Gables, FL based inventor assistance company that is handling the publicity and public relations for all of these items. More information about Invent-Tech can be found at