Our services for Parents

Members can access these services for free. Please contact us via the Members Area to book any of these services.

If you are not a member, you can access these services for a small fee.

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Open consultation

Consultation

If you are unsure about where to start and wish to speak with us generally about your challenges or your thoughts about a online safety or online privacy matter, we would be happy to schedule a meeting either face to face or by video call.

Members can access this service for free along with unlimited technical support.


Device usage and device maintenance practices

DeviceHealthcheck

We can offer recommendations and advice on device usage and device maintenance good practices for desktop, laptop, tablet and mobile.

This is important if you are buying a new device for your children, and even more important if you are thinking of adopting a used device.

Members can access this service for free along with unlimited technical support.


Managing your new currency – your Identity

IDtheftHealthcheck

We can offer recommendations and advice on minimising the risks of identity theft. This includes things such as online habits and data sharing habits for example, and navigating the complex demands that online services place on you before they allow you to access their services.

Whereas in the past, you would have been able to buy products and services in exchange for money, it is increasingly the case that organisations are looking to capture as much detail about your identity as possible.


Guarding your online privacy

onlineprivacyhc

We can offer recommendations and advice on guarding your online privacy. This can include things such as email security, social media exposure, online shopping habits, amongst others.

Members can access this service for free along with unlimited technical support.


Taking control of social media

SocialMediaHealthcheck

Social media places a huge influence on people’s lives, and gone are the days when this was mostly used for watching and sharing cat videos, although that still happens.

The master-servant relationship between individuals and online services has been distorted of late, and it is increasingly the case that individuals are the servants to technology’s demands and not the other way around.

We can offer you recommendations and advice on rebalancing this relationship with technology and social media algorithms.


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