Digital Issues & Advice

We’ve spent countless hours researching the digital issues that young people face online. Doing this has allowed us to highlight how the people around them can potentially spot some on, and offline signs that they may be facing an issue.  We’ve also put together a list at the end of each digital issue, so you know who to contact if you need further information.

 

Please remember If you think your child is in danger at any time, please call 999 immediately.

 

Click on the relevant button below to find out more about the digital issue.

Cyber Bullying

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Eating Disorders & Online Behaviour

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Grooming & Cyber Stalking

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Gambling & Gaming Online

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Phishing

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Self Harm & Suicidal Ideology

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Sexting, Dating & Nude Images

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Fake News

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Radicalisation & Extremism

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Purchasing Medicines & Cosmetics Online

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Purchasing Illegal Weapons

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Self Image & Identity

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The Dark Web

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Mental Health & Social Media

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Age Appropriate Advice

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Parents

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Parents Cyber Safety Course

Using information, hints and tips to keep young people e-safe at home, we have put together a Cyber Security course for parents to take free of charge (with an optional donation to our company at the end).

We have spent countless hours researching about digital issues that young people face online. Doing this has allowed us to ensure we create a course that educates you of some cyber issues that your child may be facing online.

Our biggest aim is to ensure every parent is able to have access to resources that will help their child, no matter what their circumstances are.

Please note that this course is not suitable to be viewed, heard or participated in by anyone under the age of 16. There are also trigger warnings including suicide.

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