Ever Worry That Devices Have Taken Over Your Kid’s Life?The Simple Parenting Guide to Technology is a short, step-by-step guide that will teach you how to set healthy limits on your kid’s screen time. Whether it’s smartphones, gaming or social media, this guide will lay out everything you need to say and do. It’s for every parent who finds themselves thinking, “Please, just tell me what to do!”You will learn:How much screen time is right for their ageHow to calmly set and enforce limits (with word-for-word scripts)How to create a simple, effective “Family Tech Agreement” (template provided) Appropriate consequences for violating the rulesWhen and how to utilize parental controlsYou’ll also learn specific tools to troubleshoot:Devices Intruding on Family TimePornCyberbullyingWhat to do When They Refuse to Put Devices AwayBalancing Tech for School vs. Personal UseTalking to StrangersYou’ll be able to read this book in less than an hour and know exactly what to do to help your kid be a healthy, wise digital citizen. Even your kids will thank you…someday.
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Since 1996, Joshua Wayne he has worked with kids in just about every setting imaginable: drug and alcohol treatment, with at-risk foster youth, community mental health, private practice and as a Director of Special Education at District of Columbia Public Schools.He helps youth face the challenges in front of them and make smart, empowered decisions as they navigate towards adulthood. He also teaches parents, teachers and other caring adults how to best love and support them through this process.He has trained and consulted across the country for police departments, school districts, state and local governments, and youth organizations on how to work effectively with youth and their families.Joshua holds a Masters Degree in Counselor Education from Northeastern Illinois University in Chicago and is a Nationally Certified Counselor. He has been featured as a Life Coach on the Style Network and is the co-creator with Josh Shipp of the One Caring Adult online community. He lives with his family in Washington, D.C.