In a society that is predominantly digital, our children are growing up with a world of online possibility at their fingertips. It’s an exciting world for them to explore, but also a potentially dangerous one. As parents and carers it’s natural to want to protect our children from these dangers. So how can we ensure that our kids are safe without preventing them from accessing the many advantages?
Power up your parenting for the online generation with Katharine and Philip at Left To Their Own Devices? – Confident Parenting in a World of Screens.
Katharine Hill is UK Director of Care for the Family. She is a well-known speaker, broadcaster and author. Her recent book, Left To Their Own Devices? – Confident Parenting in a World of Screens, explores the impact of the digital world. She is married to Richard and they have four grown-up children.
Philip Jinadu is a popular conference and event speaker, and is on the speaking team at Care for the Family. He is regularly asked to talk on themes of marriage, parenting and identity. Philip and his wife Kate lead Woodlands Metro, a Bristol church full of millennials, and they have two grown-up daughters.
You will come away with
Ways to positively engage with your children’s digital habits
Insights into the impact of the most popular social media tools
Practical tips on how to manage screen time
Ideas about how to nurture online resilience within your family
Is it for you?
This event is for parents, carers or anyone passionate about helping children navigate wisely and confidently in a digital-dominant world.
Where and when
7 November 2018, 7:30pm – 10pm
St Paul’s and St George’s Church