Statistics indicate almost 11 million kids younger than 5 go to daycare every week in the United States, meaning children spend 36 hours on average away from their working parents who might not have access to a child activity report updating them on their young one's development. Canadian startup HiMama aims to engage parents and empower educators with their online platform. Offering daily newsletters, HiMama provides daycare centers a way to document children's daily activities and share developmental updates with parents in real time.
By offering a daily child activity report, HiMama can reassure parents by making them feel informed and included. The app is already being used by childcare programs all over North America, which also helps caregivers the tools to better manage paperwork and information.