It’s no secret, unfortunately, that as technology has advanced, so too has bullying. These days, kids aren’t just being bullied
Social Savvy Workshops
Helping parents keep their kids safe online
Social Media Workshops for Parents of Teens and Tweens
Protect your kids from inappropriate content on social media with our workshops for parents and educators. We teach you how to use the apps and devices your kids are using, so you can keep them safe.
How Can We Help You?
Learn how to protect your kids from age-inappropriate content on social media with our online workshops. We provide technology and social media training to parents of teens and tweens.
We can customize an assembly for your school, church, or organization where our experts can speak to teens and tweens on their level on the dangers of the content they may come across online.
We like to refer to these as "technology Tupperware parties." We find that when parents are in a "safe" environment, they tend to be more open with their concerns regarding what their kids are doing online. Perfect for groups of 6 - 12 parents.
If you think you have concerns, your kids have questions. But usually questions they don't want to ask their parents. With our at-home workshops for teens and tweens, we create a safe environment that encourages questions and conversations about situations they may encounter online.
Our one-on-one training is perfect for the parent or adult looking for specific guidance and help. Whether getting hands-on training on social media apps or setting parental controls on devices - we can work with you for your specific needs.
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