We are delighted to have the support of our community ambassadors who support our aim of raising awareness on the impact of device use on the psychological development of children.
Cassie Cooper
Community Ambassador
Instagram: @manicmumdaysca

Cassie is a self-confessed manic mum of 3 (10,13 and 16) a blogger and influencer. Cassie is in support of the campaign because she sees such a benefit to children being off devices and in the great outdoors. Cassie says: “As a family we are all device fiends, but we also make time to go wild swimming, walking and family holidays where devices are kept to a minimum. It’s hard as you have to try and be a role model for the kids but also you manage your life on a device and its being aware of the positive effects of stepping away from screens and promoting that to the children even though we are all interested in phones and tablets.”

Community Ambassador
Instagram: @thelittlelifeoft
Tori is a first-time Mum to the lovely Alexander. As Alexander grew older, Tori noticed that her use of her phone was hindering her ability to be present and in the moment with her family. After taking part in the no phones at home day last year Tori realised how important it is to go ‘off phone’ and spend quality time together. Tori says: “I’ll admit I’m not perfect at this as you’ll see from my photo with my phone in hand! However I fully support the cause of NPAH and look forward to being a part of the team and creating better habits for her own family time.”

Leanne Wilton

Community Ambassador

Instagram: @pop_uppop_in

Leanne is a mum of 4 (13Y/10Y and 6Y twins) who owns a children’s play-based entertainment business, Pop-Up, Pop-In.

Leanne feels the impact devices have on families’ lives is scary! She says:  “As a parent, your children are asking for the latest smartphone, tablet, or console. I understand they want to be like their friends but we, as caregivers, have the choice to buy what is relevant to their age and circumstance. We are the ones who are struggling to balance their use of devices, allowing adequate time to play without feeling pressured to cave into their addiction. I found it so much easier when they were younger as now many Teenagers socialise on their devices!

Technology is a great resource nevertheless, many children are losing the skills needed to engage with others face-to-face and missing the opportunities for play and exploration! I am fully behind No Phones at Home Day and proud to be a Community Ambassador!

Become a No Phones at Home Day  Ambassador

Are you conscious of the need to reduce time spent on smart devices?

We’re looking for people to join our community who are passionate about raising awareness around the impact of social devices on our mental and psychological wellbeing. Perhaps you have a family, work in education, the community, with young people or an organisation looking to make a positive difference in society?

If you’d like to know more about our ambassador programme, please do get in touch.

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