Regularly talking about identifying risks and unsafe content will teach your kids better avoidance tactics when they use the Internet.
By Dr. Nancy Heath
Program Director, Human Development and Family Studies at American Public University
The summer months can provide children and their families with a welcome break from the hectic schedules of the school year, but parents need to be on the lookout for drops in their kidsâ€™ intellectual activity and the quality of their diets. Advance preparation can reduce the impact of these potential issues.