New Childcare Tech Highlights Help for Today's Busy Parents, says Global Surrogacy Services

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The Los Angeles based service comments on a recent article that parents can all use a helping hand, but those contemplating surrogacy need the kind of help you can't buy on Amazon.

LOS ANGELES, May 17, 2019 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- An April 9 article on Engadget breaks

down the publication's selections for the latest and best in the booming childcare market, which is expected to reach the $100 billion dollar mark by 2025. Innovations such as compact car seats that double as strollers, baby monitors with 330° views, smart toys, and electronic scales for measuring growth, promise to make life easier for parents, says the article. Gestational Surrogacy Services says that it's definitely true that technological advances are empowering busy parents who face a number of challenging tasks like transporting infants safely, monitoring them during naptime, and distracting them from crying. Meanwhile, of course, the agency says that surrogacy is offering intended parents new ways of achieving their dreams of parenthood, but it will take more than a few well-designed products to navigate the complex world of gestational surrogacy.

Global Surrogacy Services says intended parents have to cover a great many bases on their way to having a child of their own and few people have the medical and legal background to manage the entire process without knowledgeable professional support. The agency says that it offers couples and individuals a safe and proven path to planning a family. Using cutting edge technology, the firm notes that it offers gestational surrogacy services, to intended parents from throughout the United States and all over the world who seek a way to have children of their own. Moreover, intended parents should make sure that they are protected every step of the way with fully comprehensive services.

As a world-class agency with a sterling record, Global Surrogacy Services notes that it is committed to minimizing the potential risks for both the intended parents and the very special women who decide to become surrogates and give the gift of life. The agency notes that, for the welfare of everyone involved, prospective surrogates are screened to ensure that they are both physically and psychologically prepared to handle the challenges that come with childbirth through surrogacy. It adds that, for a number of very important reasons, surrogates need to be women between the ages of 21 and 38 who have given birth and who currently have a child at home.

Global Surrogacy Services says that it wants intended parents and surrogates alike to feel happy and comfortable as they go through the experience of creating a family. Intended parents and women who would like to find out if they are candidates for becoming gestational surrogates are encouraged to call Global Surrogacy Services at (800) 355-2009 or visit its website at https://www.globalsurrogacyservices.com/.

 

SOURCE Global Surrogacy Services



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