How do you know your kids are safe?
Do you know what websites they visit? Who is on their chat? Who has their personal information?
We need to realize the magnitude of predation on the Internet. Parents need to incorporate more sophisticated parenting skills in order to supervise their children – for child protection. Blocking of sites does not work!!
Our Founder and Chair has developed a theory of Digital Supervision, written in user-friendly language for ease in transition to supervising children on digital devices.
Some points to think about:
This generation is viewing more violence, pornography, and other dark issues, more than any generation in the world’s history. We need to catch up.
Predators used to go to parks and schools for their prey. Now, they are online chatting with our children – do you know if your child is chatting with one now?
In addition, too many children are addicted to pornography and their parents are unaware. Children as young as seven or eight have this addiction.
There are also children sexually assaulting children because of what they are seeing online.
We are having an event September 29th that is both a fun event and an educational event. Our Founder and Chair is a playwright and has written a play about Internet safety related to Digital Supervision, which will be performed at the event, along with professional child entertainers and musicians.
The theory of Digital Supervision is described in the book “Digital Sexual Victims: True Cases”. It is a must read for all parents, caregivers, and professional allies.
NB A PORTION OF THE PROCEEDS OF THE BOOK GOES TOWARD
THERAPY FOR CHILD VICTIMS OF INTERNET PREDATORS!