Monitor Your Child’s Activity Online

Monitor Your Child’s Activity Online

Posted on: July 20th, 2016 by Neurohealth Associates

Monitor Your Child’s Activity Online

Kids today spend lots of time online. Consider establishing the following rules to keep your child safe:

  • No computer in your child’s bedroom. Keep it out in the open. That goes for tablets and cell phones, too.
  • No posting personal information—like last names or school names.
  • No choosing an email address or screen name that reveals your child’s identity.
  • No arranging face-to-face meetings with online “friends.”
  • No random surfing. Visit parent-approved sites only.
  • No uploading or downloading apps or files without permission.
  • No clicking on pop-up ads or visiting adult chat rooms.
  • No secrets. If your child sees something upsetting, she must tell you.

 

We believe in addition to keeping your children safe, cultivating these practices will make for a better more meaningful relationship between you and your children.

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