While most parents have baby monitors for their infants, monitors for toddlers are less common – a void in the market that the brand DECCO seeks to fill.
The DECCO is a motion sensor device that can be placed on toddlers' door handles and detect if they have left their rooms or houses in the middle of the night. This type of product is particularly useful for parents and caregivers of children with special needs like Autism and Down Syndrome. As a result, for each purchase of a DECCO, the brand will donate $2 to 'Changing the Face of Beauty' – "an organization that encourages the integration of people with disabilities into general advertising and the media."
The DECCO is an essential monitoring device that seeks to ensure the safety of an age group that is sometimes overlooked when it comes to safety products.