Sep 30, 2013

Qustodio launches new parent resource page

Great news: Qustodio has launched a new resources page for parents concerned about online safety! The page offers ten great tips for talking to kids about safe and responsible Internet use. The advice about Internet protection for kids comes from a variety of reliable sources and studies and can be instrumental in helping you breach the digital boundaries between you and your tech-savvy youngster.

### The Importance of Communication

At Qustodio, we realize that the parent-child relationship is the number one deterrent against bad things happening online. Our advanced web filter can help along the way, but it’s not a replacement for open, honest communication about the importance of playing it safe on the Web. After all, your child will be making digital decisions for the rest of his life, so you want him to be prepared and empowered with as much knowledge as possible about online safety.

### What’s On the Resource Page?

The new resource page offers strategies for how you can not only begin the conversation about online safety with your child but also how you can keep that conversation going by checking in often and letting your child know that you’re always there to help, not judge. In addition, the page includes a list of other great resources you should check out to ensure you’re in-the-know and fully prepared to help your kiddo navigate the digital world.

### Let Us Hear From You!

If you’re concerned about your kids’ online safety (as most parents are!), be sure to check out the new page, and let us know what you think. We’d love to hear your feedback on the existing content as well as suggestions for what other resources would be helpful to you as you prepare your kids to be good digital citizens.

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How can Qustodio help protect your family?

Qustodio is the best way to keep your kids safe online and help them create healthy digital habits. Our parental control tools ensure they don't access inappropriate content or spend too much time in front of their screens.