Online Gambling Self Exclusion System and Physical Gambling Prevention Techniques...

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Hi folks this Blog is about current developments with the website and the App which is available on Google Apps Market and also Apple Store :)


It is a preventative measure for those that want to give up gambling online due to addiction and gambling problems. We advocate getting barred and blocked from gambling websites to physically create a system to be barred for good.


I hope this helps generations to come, families, children, marriages rescued, homes not reposessed, reduced alcoholism/drugs, a chance to live a full life harm-free from gambling.

By swimalot, Feb 21 2016 11:54PM

I am pleased to say that after 1 month since the App was launced on the 19th January, ratings have shot up on facebook with Facebook advertising and search results on Facebook, Google Play has 6 reviews so far with my App, Advertising is slow but over 57,000 impressions on Google Adwords with now 3 ad campaigns- this has also boosted ratings on Google Play Store itself.

I want every User to help make this work... this has never been done before. I need information on how you are all doing and any issues. Thank you for your support. This is designed to change lives, more importantly 20 years down the line, maybe we can all look back at this point and smile because we narrowly escaped this illness with our children and families.

Self Exclusion from gambling and Prevention.

Download the Online Gambling Self Exclusion App from the URL below and please tell anyone you know out there that has an online gambling problem. The first ever Gambling Self Exclusion App.


Online Gambling Addiction App Google Play Store 2016
Online Gambling Addiction App Google Play Store 2016

By swimalot, Jan 22 2016 09:44AM


Save the Children has been working in Northern Ireland for over 60 years. They are determined to help the 110,000 children in Northern Ireland who are affected by poverty, going without essentials or living in homes which are cold or damp. They're fighting to ensure no child is born without a chance.

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Child Poverty in Ireland

In 2009, according to the EU Survey on Income and Living Conditions (EU-SILC), 8.7% of all children 0-17 years were living in consistent poverty and 18.6% were at risk of poverty - that means living in families whose income was below 60% of median income.

Parental unemployment is the single biggest factor in child poverty. Non-working households account for a significant proportion of children in poverty. The level of social welfare payments, especially child income support is another key factor. Child benefit, paid to all children towards the cost of rearing a child, has been increased significantly in recent years. Families on social welfare also receive child dependant allowances. These combined payments do not adequately meet the costs of child rearing.

We can see that the main problem here for these children is lack of education for families and I believe Gambling also has a part to play with the levels of Child Poverty in Ireland.

Children at Risk of Poverty

Children living in one parent families or in families with four or more children have a high risk of poverty. A greater proportion of children than adults face a risk of income poverty in Ireland.

Children not living in households are not counted in the above figures. Other children at high risk of poverty include children living in temporary accommodation such as bed and breakfasts or living homeless on the streets, Traveller children, children seeking asylum and children leaving institutional care.

The Effects of Poverty

Poverty for children means that they are excluded from doing things that are considered normal in society because of inadequate income in the household. Child poverty has a long-term effect. It makes a difference to children’s health, their educational achievement, how long they will live, how well they develop physically and mentally, what kinds of jobs they get, as well as on their overall life opportunities. A study by Combat Poverty, Against All Odds, highlights the impact of poverty on children. This included bullying in school because of pressure to fit in and not being able to afford the brand name clothes their friends have.

The longer a child is poor, the greater the deprivation they will suffer in later life. According to studies by UNICEF, children from poor households are much more likely to do poorly in school, to become teenage parents, to spend time in prison and to have difficulty finding or keeping good jobs.

Facts on Child Poverty and Disadvantage in Ireland

Up to 5,000 young people leave school early each year

One in ten leave primary school with serious literacy problems

Traveller infants die significantly earlier than infants of the settled community

8% of Children in Ireland are living in Relative Poverty.

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