Dr Mark Griffiths, professor of behavioural addiction at Nottingham Trent University, offers his advice for parents concerned about their child's online gaming habits.
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Whether it’s Alexa, Cortana or Siri, families are turning to these voice-controlled devices to help lighten the workload of their busy lives. But what are they and how can they impact family life?
To celebrate World Teachers’ Day, former teachers Yusuf Tamanna and Marjun Ziarati offer their top tips for how teachers can use technology to help foster a better relationship with parents.
Editor Eleanor Levy explains how Parent Info is helping families deal with the challenges caused or amplified by the digital age.<
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New guidelines tell parents something they already knew: it's OK to let small children watch a bit of telly
The American Academy of Pediatrics has overturned their controversial screen time guidelines which said children under the age of two should have no interaction with technology.
A study has revealed how concerned parents are about the way devices are affecting their lives.
My Kid Is Gay website releases free advice package on National Coming Out Day.
When young people admit to having mental health problems, parents often blame themselves. There is still stigma and shame attached to this kind of illness, despite the fact that it's so common. But early diagnosis and treatment have been shown to work so it's important for parents to be open and supportive. Blaming yourself - or anyone else - doesn't help.
Parents and carers of children with disabilities often face heavy costs. In this Q&A, Cerebra addresses some of the most frequently asked questions about benefits.