It’s not easy being a parent in the digital age

It’s not easy being a parent in the digital age

It can be daunting to feel you have no life experience to fall back on, because your child explores online spaces you could have never imagined at their age.

But the good news is you already have a lot of what you need to be a parent in the digital world. You can afford to be confident.

Confident in your parenting skills and confident in your instincts. Because when it comes to your child and technology, it’s still just that – parenting.

It’s not always easy – but Parent Zone has tools and resources that can help.
 

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How can we help you?


Parent Zone is dedicated to helping families make the most of their online worlds.

You can find out more about our story here.

We want to help parents support their children to be confident and capable online and to make the most of what technology has to offer – while being aware of the risks and harms they will also find online.

We have a range of things that can help you do this.

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PZ Library

Browse our library of digital guides – including the most popular online platforms and games, and topics like screen time and age ratings.

Visit the Parent Zone Library

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Parent area

Explore our blog, advice and events to help you navigate the digital world and learn how to support your child in their online world

Visit the parents area

 

 

 

 
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Help and Support


If you need immediate support with an online issue or need to talk to someone about a problem, our Help & Support article can guide you to the right organisations or advice.

Visit the Help & Support page
 

Tech Shock Podcast from Parent Zone
Our podcast


Want to learn more about the digital landscape? Our Tech Shock podcast digs deeper and asks difficult questions about data, age restrictions and more.

Listen to the Tech Shock podcast

 

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