FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Common questions answered
HOW MUCH SCREEN TIME SHOULD MY CHILD HAVE?
IS SCREEN TIME BAD FOR MY CHILD?
WHAT ARE GOOD SCREEN TIME CHOICES?
Pornography & Violence
WHAT IS THE IMPACT ON CHILDREN FROM WATCHING ONLINE PORN?
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD HAS WATCHED PORN?
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD SEES PORN AT A FRIENDS HOUSE?
WHAT GAME SETTINGS SHOULD I CHANGE?
IS MY CHILD ADDICTED TO GAMING?
MY CHILD WANTS TO BE A GAMER DO I ENCOURAGE THIS?
WHICH SOCIAL MEDIA SITES ARE THE BEST CHOICES?
WHAT APP SETTINGS SHOULD I CHANGE?
IS MY CHILD ADDICTED TO SOCIAL MEDIA?
Filters & Limits
AT WHAT AGE SHOULD I GET MY CHILD A PHONE?
HOW DO I MANAGE / LIMIT SCREEN TIME?
HOW DO I SET PARENTAL FILTERS?
WHY ARE DEVICE SETTINGS IMPORTANT?
WHAT DEVICE SETTINGS SHOULD I CHANGE?
I AM NOT TECHNICAL AT ALL, WHATS THE EASIEST PLACE TO START?
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD IS BEING BULLIED ONLINE?
WHAT'S DIFFERENCE BETWEEN AN UPSTANDER AND BYSTANDER?
MY CHILD IS BEING BULLIED BUT WONT TELL ME ABOUT IT
Getting your child to open up to you requires consistently asking them about what is going for them, do it daily, and don’t be specific about the bullying, when they feel more comfortable, they will open up. Also, institute a new rule that all phones are out of bedrooms at night, as this is when most cyberbullying occurs.
IS IT OK FOR MY CHILD TO CHAT TO STRANGERS ONLINE?
If you wouldn’t open your front door to strangers and let them play in your child’s room, monitor who they are talking to online.
WHAT SHOULD I DO IF MY CHILD IS BEING GROOMED ONLINE?
Take screenshots of messages, save images or videos and report it immediately to the child protection authority in your jurisdiction!
MY CHILD PLAYS WITH STRANGERS ONLINE, IS THAT OK?
Unless you have made sure that your child can only talk with certain users who you have approved are their friends, or you have set up a private chat channel, you have to assume they are open to being contacted by unsupervised adults, which is a risk that is not worth taking.
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First time to attend Be in Touch webinar on digital parenting, as a father of an 8- and 5-years old boys I was not really aware of how dangerously a digital world without control can affect my kids. I have now understood that I need to communicate with them and have agreement with gaming, as to how long and what games are safer for them. screen time is very important. I will strongly recommend any parent to follow this page for their children digital well-being.
March 10, 2022
Be in Touch is an absolute invaluable initiative and resource for parents and their children, and even for grandparents like myself, as we navigate this ever growing digital landscape. The digital connected world has such incredible value, but also many challenges, as not only we are being exposed to very powerful negative agendas over the web, but also the danger of devices being the new addiction. Josh and team, thanks so much for coming form a deep values-based motivation to support us in this way.
December 17, 2020
Their webinars cover topics that are so informative, interesting and helpful. The online world is a black hole and unless you’re involved in that world (be it work or pleasure) you are none the wiser to what really goes on. Be in Touch opens your eyes to what can/is really happening out there and offers the guidance and assistance in putting the necessary measures in place to keep your children safe. Their help doesn’t end at the webinar either. They respond to emails quickly, are friendly and offer further guidance, tips and assistance to questions that have been asked. I definitely recommend Be in Touch.
March 3, 2022
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