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Online safety for parents

Your online posts could impact your child's privacy and safety. Use these tips to protect your family when you use the internet and social media.

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Social media checklist | eSafety Commissioner

Advice and tips about how to use social media if you are experiencing technology-facilitated abuse as part of domestic and family violence.

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Social media and safety | What can parents do? | Kids Helpline

It’s important to become educated about social media safety. To learn more about the risks associated with social media get in contact with Kids Helpline today!

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Use social media and online chat | eSafety Commissioner

Understand the risks of being online and what you can do to have a safer experience.

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Children & media: Aboriginal families | Raising Children Network

Use this picture guide for Aboriginal families to find out about helping kids be safe and responsible with media like phones, social media and the internet.

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Parents & screen time: role-modelling | Raising Children Network

Your children are influenced by your screen use. You can be a positive role model of a healthy, responsible approach to screen time and social media.

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Social skills & social development: kids | Raising Children Network

Social development in children is central to overall development. This video has ideas for helping your child develop social skills and enjoy socialising.

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Internet safety for children - Better Health Channel

A child's digital footprint can be as easy to follow as their real footprints.

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Managing media and technology - Ngala

When children make their first trip out to a store on their own, parents are clear about the benefits of the increasing independence

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Preschoolers development | Raising Children Network

What’s next in your preschooler’s development? Find out with extensive resources on preschoolers physical, social, language and creative development.

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