FAMILIES

Parenting isn't easy. It can often feel overwhelming.  Throw in the Internet, social networks, computers, mobile, and gaming devices and things can often seem impossible.  In this section, you'll find some straightforward advice and tools on how to navigate this digital world with your family.  You don't need to read everything.  Each article and section has been designed to be a self-contained reference

Helping Families Navigate Through Facebook

Social media is a big concern among families.  Facebook, in particular, is the social media site that many families want to know more about.  You can check out our growing section...

Family Media Agreements

Here you'll find family media and cell phone agreements to help families with guidelines and expectations for media use, appropriate behavior online, checklists to help discuss various topics

How You Can Promote Safety

All safety—especially mobile and online safety—begins at home. The habits you exhibit about technology use in your home will be the same habits your children learn. Ask yourself what you consider appropriate or inappropriate uses of technology and then compare that with how you...

How to Use This Site

We've tried to make this guide as simple and practical as possible. It's intended to be a starting point for parents of faith who may not know where to turn, what to do, or just need some quick information and practical guidance. This guide is just that—a guide. The sections...

What do I need to Secure?

Media is increasingly being consumed through online services. These services offer a wide range of content—from kids to adult. Parental controls, which allow you to filter content, are often available but need to be activated. Parental controls need to be enabled on each device or service:...

If You Don't Read Anything Else, Then at Least Read This

Being a parent isn't easy. It can often feel overwhelming. Throw in the Internet, social networks, computers, mobile, and gaming devices and things can often seem impossible. That's where this safety guide comes in.

Jointly developed by the United States Conference of...

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LetterReflex Overcoming Letter Reversals & Backwards Writing in Early Childhood Development & Dyslexic Children
LetterReflex is a fun, interactive way to help young elementary school-age kids who struggle with letter and number reversals. It can serve as an effective therapy tool for second and third...
SuperKeys Assistive Keyboard
SuperKeys is designed to help kids with low vision and fine motor issues. It allows kids to tap a group of letters first and then choose one letter from that group. The app isn't typical, as...

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How do I report something on Facebook?
How do you report something you've seen on Facebook such as spam, hate speech, harassment, bullying, etc.