Parents and educators have the ability to learn how to keep children safer online. The Vigilant Parent Program teaches technology how-to's, prevention, awareness, and learning how to talk to their child about protecting themselves online. This program provides online safety training as well as the signs to recognize when a child is in potential danger on-line. We explore popular, trending apps with a hands-on learning experience as well as vocabulary that may be referenced by your child in online conversations.
Starting the online safety discussions with your children early and often is critical with the ease of online access. These presentations are age appropriate to ensure that everyone is educated to a level of their understanding. Topics addressed can include cyberbullying, online enticement/grooming, sexting/sextortion, and social media/gaming safety.
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