Below are few resources to help your family navigate those hard conversations and decisions.
Online Safety tips for 0-5
More and more pre-schoolers have their own tablets or borrow their parents’ devices to play games, use apps and watch their favourite TV shows. See advice on simple things you can do to make sure they’re staying safe online.
Online Safety tips for 6-10
Early use of digital technology has been shown to improve language skills and promote children’s social development and creativity. However, it’s not without risks for young children.
Unfortunately, they may come across inappropriate content, share personal information or begin to copy what older children do online, which might put them at risk. We’ll help you to understand what you can do to give young children aged 6-10 the best experience of going online.
Online Safety tips for 11-13
As children between the ages of 11 and 13 make the transition to a more independent stage with the move to secondary school, they become more confident internet users with more varied habits. Internet use can be hugely positive for children, but it’s vital to continue discussing online safety with them.
How Parents Can Prevent Drug Abuse Among Youth-
In the Natural High Essentials, we share articles with the most relevant research on drug and alcohol prevention, provide simple strategies families can use to build better relationships with their kid(s), and offer effective ways to break through and teach meaningful life lessons.
The Know When. Know How.℠ campaign is a statewide, research-based education and prevention effort targeted to Pennsylvania parents of children ages 8 through 12. The objective of the campaign is to prevent underage drinking by providing information and tools for parents so they can engage their children in discussion before trial or use of alcohol even begins.
Parent and Caregiver Resources
Check out these “Talk. They Hear You.”® campaign resources to help you start—and keep up—the conversation about the dangers of drinking alcohol and using other drugs at a young age.
Shape The Sky
Shaping the Way Our Children Use Smartphones
Internet and social media are here to stay. Good can come from this kind of connectedness online, but the flipside is filled with false information, risky behavior, cyberbullying, sexualized and concerning content. Shape the Sky is dedicated to spreading awareness to help parents and professionals create safe and responsible children online.
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