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Issue 12, July 8th 2020
 
#StaySafeStayHome Edition - The new normal
 
 
 
 
 
Hi,
 
In this week's #StaySafeStayHome Edition, we focus on new resources available to support vulnerable young people and their families online.

Today, we are proud to announce the launch of Connecting Safely Online - a new online safety advice hub created to empower young people with SEND and their families on how to connect safely online across a range of social platforms.

Created with the support of Facebook, Youthworks, and young people, the hub aims to equip young people and those that care for them with the tools they need to limit online risks and keep their time online positive. In addition to this new hub, we've also re-produced some of our online advice videos with sign language to make them accessible to more families.
We would encourage you to share this with other parents and carers. If you have any feedback get in touch on our Facebook page @InternetMatters.
 
 
New resources
 
 
What's new on our #StaySafeStayHome advice hub? 
Here is a spotlight on our articles, resources and guides to support your family.
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Key online issue explained

From cyberbullying to dealing with online grooming, you'll find expert advice and resources to support your child on the top challenges they may face online.

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Get in control of parental controls

Set up your child's device safely with our parental control and privacy how-to guides, offering video and visual steps to make it simple.

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Try age-specific safety advice

Whether you have a pre-schooler or a teen to support online, use our age-specific advice to give them the right advice and get up to speed with what they need support on at that age.

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