Communicate in your kids way and make them in a natural way aware of the dangers.
Nothing will change unless you do something about it.
Many parents have had success with this easy to do awareness program.
You don’t need to figure it all out yourself and be alone.
What you get with our program is:
Easy to digest Emails with Video’s, Ebooks, Examples of Contracts, Risk Report, and much more.
Step 1 (1 week duration)
Topics (Quick wins)
The 5 Principles of Citizenship
Your Digital Reputation
To Share or Not To Share?
My Self; My Selfie
You Are The Words You Use
Fill in the risk form and analyze it
Make an action plan (see template)
We Are ALL Digital Citizens
Your Digital Billboard
How To Be An Upstander and
An Upstander in Action
Step 2 (Awareness, 4 weeks duration)
Privacy (download privacy guide line and infographic)
Mobile phone (safety for kids)
Social Media (safety)
How to limit screen time for kids
How to protect your child from Cyberbullying
Gaming addiction (download Ebook Conquering)
Grooming – how can you recognize it
Live streaming and online video app (What is it)
Internet connected devices
Action plan (download action plan)
Is my kid safe online (risk analysis and feedback to the OYP team)
and more ……
Your digital footprint and what does the internet know about you
Social media and self esteem
How social media affects teens
#Bonus 2: Ebook Internet Safety guide for Children
#Bonus 3: EBook Child Protection Blueprint
#Bonus 4: Report Social Networks and Games 2020 Reviews
Some facts: SEXTING
20% of the teenagers did sent or posted nude or semi-nude pictures or video of themselves.
Also, 11% of young teen girls ages 13-16 did send or posted (semi) nude pictures or videos. 39% of all teenagers are sending or posting sexually suggestive messages.
If a teenager sent or posted (semi) nude images of themselves 15 % of them say they have done so to someone they only knew online. 48 % of teenagers received such messages 71 % of teen girls and 67% of teen guys who have sent or posted sexually suggestive content say sent or posted this content to a boyfriend or girlfriend.
44 % of both teen girls and teen boys say it is common for sexually suggestive text messages to get shared with people other than the intended recipient. It is common for 36 % of teen girls and 39 % of teen boys that (semi) nude photos are shared with people other than the intended recipient.
51 % of teen girls say pressure from a boyfriend is a reason girls send sexy messages or images; only 18 % of teen boys cited pressure from female counterparts as a reason.
The most common reason for sending sexy content say 66 % of teen girls and 60% of teen boys they did so to be “fun or flirtatious”.
The stats of SEXTING above is one threat, but what do you think of dangers as CYBER BULLYING, CYBER PREDATORS, GROOMING, IDENTY THEFT, PORN, DARK WEB, these are maybe bigger threats! And what do you think about SELF-HARM/SUICIDE, MENTAL HEALTH (55% of tweens and 67% of teens engaged in conversations about depression). DRUGS/ALCOHOL (76% of tweens and 85% of teens engaged in conversations surrounding drugs/alcohol).
Teens use internet for everyday activities like keeping in touch with friends on social media, relaxing and doing schoolwork.
They are online to look for support for physical or mental health problems and experiment with different ways of expressing themselves. Because they’re online so much without your supervision, teenagers need to be able to identify acceptable and unacceptable online content independently. They also need to know how to behave respectfully online and avoid online risks.
Do you know what they’re doing when they’re online?
We don’t think so!
On the other hand, don’t you feel day to day that you haven’t enough time to work out with kids and career?
Don’t you know how to find the right supervision balance? Privacy is a crucial issue for many children and teenagers. There is a balance that needs to be considered, especially as the child grows older. Teenagers are caught in a frenzy of needing independence while still depending on their parents for support and guidance. Not enough supervision can be detrimental. Too much supervision can be devastating.
Actually, you need help to make sure that you did everything to keep your teen safe, just as you did into real life.
Building a strong relationship with your teen is a challenging endeavour even under perfect conditions, and changing the way you both normally do is even more difficult.