Monday, September 16, 2019 - 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
In the digital age, parents must be observant, engaged, and informed. Get equipped to teach your children how to use technology responsibly.
Do you know what apps are on your child’s phone? What are the latest social media trends? Do you wonder about how to talk to kids about online pornography, limit screen time, and protect them from digital strangers?In the digital age, parents must be observant, engaged, and informed. We’ll discuss digital realities, strategies, and practical solutions that will enlighten, equip, and encourage parents who want to teach their children how to use technology responsibly. The talk will include specific recommendations for filters and detailed explanations of popular apps and parental controls.
The Protect Young Eyes team, led by founder, Chris McKenna, presents around the United States to students and adults about how to use technology responsibly. Parents can visit our website, built with families in mind, at protectyoungeyes.com *This event is for parents and caregivers only.*The Sexual Assault Prevention Action Team (SAPAT) is a coalition of organizations and individuals dedicated to the elimination of sexual assault in Kent County, Michigan. Composed of a diverse team of professionals and community members, SAPAT brings passion and energy to the primary prevention of sexual violence. For more information, visit www.sapat.org.
1130 Wealthy Street SE
Grand Rapids, MI 49506
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Organizer: Sexual Assault Prevention Action Team (SAPAT)
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