Press coverage

Wearable cane seen from top, hand holds belt in place between green 3D printed sides, canes extend to 3D printed red cane tips
Over 200 CBS affiliates including the 24-hour CBSN broadcast carried the story of the Toddler Cane.
cbsn newscaster introduces story new device aids visually-impaired toddlers
play arrow.JPG
Dr. Max Gomez WCBS-TV medical reporter was the first to report on this innovation on the long, white cane.
max gomez introduces the segment on CBS News Health watch
play arrow.JPG

   Dr. Gomez reported, “The Toddler Cane is a deceptively simple and ingenious device… giving kids with visual impairment back their mobility so they can explore their world, and that’s how kids learn.” 

lea wears her cane, one hand holding the cane, one hand waving
play arrow.JPG

Children with MVI/B need vital life saving force of path information. It is recommended that they wear their cane most of the day. It is urgent that wearable canes get to children who cannot see the path ahead to avoid obstacles. Safe Toddles is a 501(c)(3) all donations support our mission to build and donate wearable canes. Please help by supporting the mission improve the developmental outcomes of these children.