iLOC Gives Back and Lights Up in Support of World Autism Awareness Day

Montreal, Canada (PRWEB) April 01, 2014

iLOC Technologies Inc., a leading provider of leading-edge, personal safety & wandering notification solutions, announced today the iLOC GIVES BACK program effective immediately for the month of April 2014. The program offers families and caregivers in the autism community a $40.00 discount off the purchase price of a TRiLOC™ device and for each transaction under the program, iLOC Technologies will donate $20.00 to various Autism organizations to help them support more families with loved ones on the Spectrum.

Worn on the wrist, the TRiLOC™ incorporates the latest in GPS, 3G/4G cellular network and Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technologies to accurately communicate the individual’s location, right to your computer, cellular or Smart Phone, or other mobile device.

To take advantage of this exceptional offer, and to help give back to the community, purchasers need only visit http://www.iloctech.com, click on Buy Now and enter PROMO CODE: BLUE2014. Alternatively, those interested may call 855-987-4562 or email cynthiav@iloctech.com.

In addition to the iLOC Gives Back program, iLOC Technologies will also be participating in the Light It Up Blue (LIUB) initiative to help raise awareness about the growing public health concern that is autism. Light it Up Blue was launched by Autism Speaks in 2010 in support of World Autism Awareness Day (WAAD), which takes place on April 2. iLOC Technologies will light up its office building blue in support of this initiative.

About Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)

Autism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a lifelong developmental disability defined by diagnostic criteria that include deficits in social communication and social interaction and restricted, repetitive patterns of behavior, interests, or activities.

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC) and Prevention issued the newest autism prevalence statistics. For children born in 2002, the prevalence of autism was 1 in 68; 1 in 42 boys. Thirty years ago, autism affected 1 in 2,500 children; there has been a 37-fold increase.

About iLOC Technologies Inc.

iLOC Technologies’ mission is to provide leading edge, cost effective and innovative wandering prevention, fall detection and mobile personal emergency response solutions (mPERS) serving at risk individuals for both personal and commercial applications.

Contact Information:
Indy Benning
iLOC Technologies Inc.
6500 Trans-Canada Hwy, Suite 340
Pointe-Claire, Quebec, Canada H9R 0A5
T: 514.987.4562
Toll Free: 855.987.4562
indyb@iloctech.com
http://www.iloctech.com