How do I know how safe my kid is online?
Let your kid answer these questions and if you kid answered more then 3 times yes, your kid is at Risk:
1. Does your screen name identify you as a boy or a girl?
2. Have you ever posted any personal information of yours or anyone else without explicit consent?
3. Have you ever uploaded your picture or family or friends without your parent’s consent?
4. Have you ever filled out online forms, questionnaires, profile pages without your parent’s consent?
5. Have you ever purchased anything online without permission?
6. Have you ever shared your passwords with someone other than your parents?
7. Have you ever downloaded and installed software without your parent’s knowledge?
8. Have you opened emails from total strangers?
9. Have you ever agreed to meet in person someone you have only met online?
10. Have you ever been involved in chat sessions with people using vulgar expressions or sexually explicit language?
What Is Cyberbullying?
Cyberbullying refers to cruel or bullying messages sent to you online. These might be from former friends or other people you know. They can also be sent anonymously — in other words, on a website where everyone has a screen name, so teens being bullied might not even know who is bullying them. For more information read our Ebook Cyberbullying
What Are the Signs & Symptoms of Anxiety?
Signs that a child or teen is anxious are for example, a kid might cling, miss school, or cry. They might act scared or upset, or refuse to talk or do things. Kids and teens with anxiety also feel symptoms that others can't see. It can make them feel afraid, worried, or nervous.
It can affect their body too. They might feel shaky, jittery, or short of breath. They may feel "butterflies" in their stomach, a hot face, clammy hands, dry mouth, or a racing heart.
What is an awareness programme?
Our program paints a comprehensive picture of the dangers children encounter online. Through the OYP Awarness program, OnlineYouthProtection.com strives to educate and empower parents, educators and other caring adults with the information they need to effectively protect children from Internet dangers.
How do you know as a Dutch person what is right voor de US?
All developers of this method and the OYP site were born in the Netherlands but Our method is for the Anglo-Saxon World 100% customised by experts from the USA.