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by on 09-15-2019

At Qustodio we know how important your child's safety is to you. That's why we're happy to introduce a brand new way to find peace of mind: Qustodio Family Locator. We all know that as they grow, kids become more independent and want to explore and test boundaries. It’s also very natural to worry about them while… Read more


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by on 09-11-2019

Probably not, but psychologists agree it may be harming them in other ways. Andre Hunter| Unsplash Kids have been playing video games since Atari introduced Pong to the masses in 1972. As gaming has evolved, it is safe to say it has also become more violent, addictive, and lucrative. In terms of money, I am not talking… Read more


by on 09-09-2019

Take our back-to-school quiz to help lighten the load Being a parent has never been so complicated! With so much technology around, the lure of the screen can distract the best of us. Conflicting information and advice can have us wondering if we’re doing the right thing. Am I too strict with my child’s screen time? Too… Read more


by on 09-04-2019

You might be feeling overwhelmed with the back to school transition, but it doesn’t stop there! On top of long to-do lists, there's a barrage of information telling us what's best for our children. At Qustodio we're parents too, so we know how busy this time of the year can be. That's why we've gathered the best… Read more


by on 08-01-2019

Dr. Nicole explains the pros and cons of device use on your child’s cognitive development and academic performance With so many games and apps promoted as “learning” and “education” oriented, it can be difficult for parents to sort out which types of screen time activities may be helpful, and which might cause problems. While some digital media… Read more


by on 07-31-2019

Did you know that watching videos on YouTube is the main activity for kids aged 5 to 11, and one of the main activities enjoyed by all kids up to age 17? Or that YouTube is the most used social network for kids aged 5 to 14 in Spain and all kids in the U.S? Kids with… Read more


by on 07-10-2019

A psychologist’s digital tips for summer that last all year long School is out and summer routines, or lack of routines, are in full swing. Most kids end the school year exhausted but on a high. They generally spend more time outdoors, heading to the beach, or just hanging out with their friends in the sunshine. But… Read more


by on 06-12-2019

Neuroscience proves what every parent already knows: kids need to get outside and offline Most people have fond memories of their childhood summers. This is partly because human memory is selective–we are hardwired to remember the good over the bad–and because we are better at remembering things that break the routine of work or school. But it… Read more


by on 06-03-2019

What’s the best way to set healthy screen time limits for the entire family? It’s not so much about how long you’re online, but how you spend your time offline It’s hard enough to set screen time limits for your kids. With varying ages and what is appropriate in terms of time, content, and use of devices… Read more


by on 04-29-2019

A holistic child psychologist’s approach to being a good parent in the unchartered territory of the digital ageWhile every generation of parents complains they have it harder than the ones before, there is no doubt that parenting in the digital age brings about more and different challenges than those faced by our parents, grandparents, or anyone before.GenX or… Read more