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March 2015 Webinar - CYBER SAFETY: Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World


ILLUSTRATION: strong arm and hand emerge from computer monitor and point at distressed personWhether your child is 2 or 20, parenting in our tech savvy world can be confusing and scary, especially when your child has different abilities.

PRESENTER Brian Regli, Ph.D., Drakontas LLC
described potential online dangers of social media, smart phones, apps, gaming, virtual payment systems, music sharing, and more, and discussed cyber bullying and ways to address and prevent it.


Video Archive of the Webinar CYBER SAFETY: Keeping Kids Safe in the Digital World


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