Do you know what your teen or tween is doing online? These days it can seem like it’s nearly impossible to strike the balance between allowing kids to enjoy more independence online while still protecting them from danger.
In this eye-opening episode we interview Lori Cunningham, The Well Connected Mom, about things we parents can do to help our connected kids stay safe online.
Listen to hear Lori’s advice on:
- What problematic apps kids are using these days.
- What parents can do to help their kids stay safe online.
- How to deal with sexting, bullying, and pornography.
- How to know if your kids are too connected and what to do if they are.
- The Well Connected Mom – Lori’s website
- Teens and Cell Phones – A Primer – Lori’s FREE ebook
- Parental Advice Before Giving Your Child a Cell Phone
- Buying Your Tween’s First Phone – What to Know
- Why Parental Monitoring Apps are Necessary
- Popular Apps for Teens Your Child is Using
- Avoiding Internet Gridlock with Too Many Connected Devices at Home
- How to Handle Cyberbullying
- Cyber Safety for Kids – The Dangers of the Internet
- Cyber Safety for Kids – Protect Them at the DNS Level
- Cyber Safety for Kids – Using Covenant Eyes for Accountability
- Virgin Mobile Custom Cell Phone Review – the phone Lynnae has for her kids
About Lori Cunningham
Lori is the founder of the Well Connected Mom. The Well Connected Mom makes technology simple for busy moms. An avid technology lover from her youth (can you say ATARI and Commodore 64?), Lori continues to delve into the latest and greatest technologies for families.
Self-dubbed the “touchscreen Queen,” Lori investigates touchscreens from phones to computers to help navigate families through the abundance of devices on the market.
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