Due to overwhelming demand, we have reached capacity for Monday's The Parents Website Webinar with Caroline Ellen on online safety. Bookings are now closed.
Due to overwhelming demand, we have reached capacity for Monday’s The Parents Website Webinar with Caroline Ellen on online safety. Bookings are now closed.
Before the pandemic, our children were online more than ever before, but life in lockdown has seen a massive shift to more screen time. Some children are experiencing almost virtual childhoods. In a world of mobile devices, internet at their fingertips and a new app to try every day, our children need to have their childhoods protected.
In this webinar for parents and carers, Caroline Ellen will discuss how to pay close attention to what your kids are doing online and how to have regular conversations with your child about online safety. Caroline will also discuss how to explain that just because things are happening online, it doesn’t make them any less real. She will help you formulate an action plan for your family.
- What really are the risks online?
- What are the potential impacts?
- Empowering children with the knowledge they need to help them stay safe
- Parental responsibilities and strategies
- What community and systemic changes are needed to help our children stay safe online?
When: Monday 14 September 2020
Time: Midday – 1pm
Due to overwhelming demand, we have reached capacity for Monday’s The Parents Website Webinar with Caroline Ellen on online safety.
About Caroline Ellen
Caroline Ellen is a social worker and parenting coach who believes all children deserve a childhood free to play and discover.
Caroline is the founder of Safer Stronger Kids and on a mission to improve children’s physical and emotional safety through stronger parent-child relationships.
Caroline’s style is raw, real and relatable. As a mum of two girls (4 and 2), she’s in the trenches alongside you. She combines personal and professional experience to help connect parents back to themselves and their children.Subscribe to The Parents Website