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Modeling Healthy Technology Behaviors for Young Children

Modeling Healthy Technology Behaviors for Young Children

Technology has become integrated into virtually every facet of our lives, with benefits like convenience, the ability to communicate over long distances, and help to organize busy family schedules. Unfortunately, technology can also be a major disruption to nurturing parent-child relationships, when adults become consumed in their electronic devices at the expense of quality time with their children. Increased internet and technology access for children and adolescents also brings concerns for how easily young people can be exposed to sexual content that is developmentally inappropriate, or even harmful or illegal, such as child sexual abuse material.

This webinar provides an overview for military family readiness professionals of the importance for parents and caregivers to model healthy boundaries with technology for healthy child social-emotional development; explains how to support parents and other adults set appropriate examples in their use of technology, including teaching children and youth lessons on consent that are translatable to both in-person and online interactions; and explores how positive examples of technology use by adults can help reduce the risk for children and youth to engage in, or be impacted by, problematic sexual behavior. 

This webinar is part of the Sexual Behavior in Children & Youth (SBCY) Series. 

 

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Erin K. Taylor, Ph.D.
Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Assistant Professor
University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center
Center on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN)

 

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The link to register does not go to the workshop listed.

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β€œWhen wealth is lost, nothing is lost; when health is lost, something is lost; when character is lost, all is lost.” German Proverb
Like us on Face Book - UConn 4-H New Haven County
UConn Extension 4-H Cris Clover
and Middlesex & New Haven 4-H Fair

4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship & life skills.
Margaret H. Grillo (Peggy)
Cooperative Extension Educator 4-H Youth
University of Connecticut
UConn Extension
New Haven Extension Center
305 Skiff Street
North Haven, CT 06473
Ph (203) 407-3158; Fax (203) 407-3176
margaret.grillo@uconn.edu<https://exchange.uconn.edu/owa....grillo%40.uconn.edu>
An Equal Opportunity Employer and Program Provider

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(Mountain Daylight Time)Technology has become integrated into virtually every facet of our lives, with benefits like convenience, the ability to communicate over long distances, and help to organize busy family schedules. Unfortunately, technology can also be a major disruption to nurturing parent-child relationships, when adults become consumed in their electronic devices at the expense of quality time with their children. Increased internet and technology access for children and adolescents also brings concerns for how easily young people can be exposed to sexual content that is developmentally inappropriate, or even harmful or illegal, such as child sexual abuse material.This webinar provides an overview for military family readiness professionals of the importance for parents and caregivers to model healthy boundaries with technology for healthy child social-emotional development; explains how to support parents and other adults set appropriate examples in their use of technology, including teaching children and youth lessons on consent that are translatable to both in-person and online interactions; and explores how positive examples of technology use by adults can help reduce the risk for children and youth to engage in, or be impacted by, problematic sexual behavior. This webinar is part of the Sexual Behavior in Children & Youth (SBCY) Series.  PresenterErin K. Taylor, Ph.D.Licensed Clinical Psychologist and Assistant ProfessorUniversity of Oklahoma Health Sciences CenterCenter on Child Abuse and Neglect (CCAN) RSVP to Register!Please RSVP for this free webinar here: https://militaryfamilieslearni....org/event/79966/The connection information will be emailed to you once you RSVP. [ View Event ]Connect ExtensionYou received this based on your notification settings. You can adjust your settings or unsubscribe anytime.

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