As parents, we all worry about what our kids can stumble across online.
It's tempting to shut it down altogether, isn't it? But internet use is inevitable. And the time to help kids learn to navigate it well is now.
For kids, internet "safety" isn't just about staying away from bad people and avoiding grownup content. It's also about developing healthy online habits, being the same person online and off, and knowing how to navigate all manner of tricky situations.
Our online course helps you give your child strategies today that will serve them into adolescence and beyond.
We know you're busy raising a family, so we've broken the course into manageable bits you can access anytime, anywhere.
Rather than piling on a bunch of to-dos and have-tos, we show you how to apply what you're already doing to online spaces.
Adam and Adriane have spent decades helping people undo harm they've experienced online. Now they're helping families prevent it.
Come back to the course anytime you need it as your kids grow and your conversations shift.
If you're not happy with the course for any reason, just let us know within 30 days and we'll get you a refund.
... and other great questions
We don't recommend it, and here's why: Even if your kids aren't spending time online at the moment, sooner than later they will. It's better to begin teaching them now how to take good care of themselves and others online.
The sooner you begin having these conversations with your little one, the better. You'll strengthen your connection with them and ensure it's your voice they hear as they begin to have more and more online experiences.
While there are certainly valuable insights in the course for parents of older kids, this course is focused on early childhood. Much of it isn't as applicable to teens and tweens.
We talk about pornography under the broad heading of "grownup content." That includes images or information that upsets your child, is developmentally inappropriate, is created for or directed at adults, and/or could lead them into dangerous situations or behavior.
We think parental monitoring software is amazing—but it's not a replacement for parenting. This software is most effective when used to supplement connected parenting.
We don't recommend it, only because we discuss some topics you may not be quite ready to introduce to your child. (See "Does your course address pornography?")
The course is divided into 23 videos, and the average lesson is 5-10 minutes long.
If you don't feel more confident helping your child stay safe online, let us know within 30 days of your purchase and we'll get you a refund.
5 Prompts to Jumpstart Conversations About Internet Safety
Most kids are more comfortable using technology than we parents are, which can make us nervous about what they might get into. This free guide will build your confidence (and peace of mind!) as you teach your little how to safely navigate online spaces.