What’s the problem? A guide for parents of children and young people who have got in trouble online
The guide titled “What’s the Problem? A Guide for Parents of Children and Young People Who Have Got in Trouble Online” is a 32-page booklet addressing challenges parents may encounter when dealing with their children’s online safety issues. It offers clear and straightforward explanations of these issues and provides practical advice. The guide also directs parents to additional online resources and helplines. The final section assists parents in creating a “Family Safety Plan” to ensure the well-being of their family.
Key Topics Covered:
Children Accessing Adult Content: Discusses how to handle situations when children access adult pornography.
Irresponsible Behaviour with Sexual Images: Addresses cases where children engage in irresponsible behaviour by sending or receiving sexual images.
Legal Issues Involving Indecent Images: Provides guidance for parents whose children have been arrested for viewing indecent images of minors.
Talking About Sex: Offers advice on discussing sensitive topics related to sexuality with children.
Internet Safety: Focuses on ensuring online safety for children.
Creating a Family Safety Plan: Guides parents in developing a comprehensive safety plan for their family.
The guide aims to support parents in understanding and addressing online safety concerns that their children may face. It acknowledges the challenges posed by the digital age and aims to equip parents with information and resources to navigate these challenges effectively. The Lucy Faithfull Foundation provides this resource as a valuable tool for parents dealing with such situations, emphasising their helpline’s availability for additional support and guidance.
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