St. Luke’s To Offer Free Digital Safety Training For Parents
Both of my children have cell phones now and quite frankley it scares me. I want to live in a naive bubble. I want to trust my kids, but I know the danger is out there. This FREE training for parents is something everyone should take advantage of.
The classes, offered by St. Luke's, will teach parents how to keep their kids safe online. According to idahonews.com, it's a four-part series in connection with the Ada County Sheriff's Office called "Safety in a Digital World."
The four 90-minute classes start October 1st at St. Luke's Eagle (3101 E. State St.) and will be held every other Tuesday, Oct. 1, Oct. 15, Oct. 29, and Nov. 12th.) You are welcome to attend all four classes or just the ones that interest you.
Classes start at 6:30 on the second floor of the Salmon room. You do need to register to attend. Please click the link below to sign up!
Here's what you'll learn at each class.
October 1: Teaching your kids how to be safe online.
October 15: Help kids navigate the emotional minefield online.
October 29: How screen time affects development.
November 12: Tools to help parents monitor kids online use.