Richard Graham, a doctor from the UK, claims that toddlers can become addicted to iPads. And for the low, low price of £16,000 ($24,377.60 USD) he can help break that addiction.
Dr. Graham’s “digital detox” program is designed to help wean young children off of the iPad so parents can focus on more important business; like beating all the new levels of Kingdom Rush.
His youngest patient is a four-year-old girl he’s been treating for iPad addiction. Her parents enrolled her in the program after she became “distressed and inconsolable” when play time with the iPad was over. You know, like any other normal four-year-old would be after it was time to stop playing anything and eat dinner?
According to Dr. Graham, the problem may be bigger than most people think and that parents should totally enroll in his program as soon as possible. Luckily, it’s easy to pay…All major credit cards are accepted. He believes that an iPad addiction could interfere with a child’s ability to form normal social relationships with other children. Did I mention all major credit cards are accepted?
Left untreated, the addiction only gets worse the older kids get. They run the danger of growing into annoying teenagers, wearing Uggs, drinking mocha frappuccinos, and listening to Skrillex.
But if you can’t afford Dr. Graham’s program then just ditch the iPad and get a Kindle. The results are basically the same.
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