Protecting Your Family's Digital Identity - Sue Scheff Blog
In an age where cyber-criminals are lurking where we least expect it, educate your family to be prepared to protect their online privacy and information.
Back to school: Equip your kids with digital resilience
In 2017 we heard a lot about digital resilience, but do we understand what it is? Helping our teens and tweens be ready for online hate (cyberbullying) and digital discourse...
Cyberbullying, Sexting and Drug Use - Sue Scheff Blog
Is there a link between cyberbullying, sexting and drug use? We’re living in an age where the headlines of cyberbullying and sexting are becoming common. It doesn’t mean we have to accept this as the new normal, we should be embracing these articles as conversation starters with our teen’s. In a study conducted a few […]
Teen Travelling Abroad and Social Media
School’s Out: Students Travelling Abroad & Social Media While parents understand that teenagers may gravitate to spending their summers with old friends doing activities in their hometown, summ…
Online Reputation Reboot for Teens - Sue Scheff Blog
The importance of online reputation and your teen. The majority of young people (tweens and teens) are on social media ‘a lot’ and according to the most recent PEW Survey, 45 percent of teens (13-17 years old) are connected almost constantly which is up from 24 percent in 2015. We commonly hear how some apps […]
Parenting In the Age of Social Media - Sue Scheff Blog
Parenting in the age of social media. There’s no app for parenting teens online today – yet according to a recent PEW Research survey 95 percent of teenagers have access to a smartphone while almost half, 45 percent claim they are online constantly. That’s up significantly from the last survey in 2015 when it was […]
Can You Prevent Your Teen from Posting Something They May Regret? - Sue Scheff Blog
6 Ways You Can Keep Your Teen from Posting Something They’ll Regret Teenagers are known for pushing boundaries. They’re searching for their independence, making decisions for themselves, and pulling away from their parents. But many teens are still developing emotionally, meaning they may be more prone to making impulsive decisions. Those choices have real consequences, […]