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With schools closing and many adults working from home, families are going to be cooped up – and that may present some difficulties for children and their parents. Here are our tips for keeping everyone’s spirits up as much as possible as we self-isolate
Sudden change is often bewildering, but for young people on the autistic spectrum it is especially difficult and sometimes distressing. Dr Hayley van Zwanenberg offers some advice
This Google Chrome extension promises “a new way to watch Netflix with your friends online”, making it just the thing for when we’re all stuck at home
With more and more of us self-isolating, seeing grandparents and other family members may suddenly become much harder. But that doesn’t mean you can’t keep in touch. We’ve compiled a list of activities to enjoy with grandparents and other family members living elsewhere
Are you facing the prospect of having to entertain bored children at home for an extended period? Our list of Parent Zone-approved activities that you can enjoy with your kids should help you out
How should you discuss the coronavirus with your child? And can you catch it from a phone? We answer all your questions here
Melissa Scott, Assistant Headteacher at The Galaxy Trust, talks about what sets Be Internet Legends apart from other online safety programmes.
Parent Zone dives into All the Ghosts in the Machine by Elaine Kasket, published by Robinson.
Since 2009, Digital Parenting magazine has broken new ground in internet safety. We're proud of what we and Vodafone UK achieved – but it's time to say farewell. Our CEO Vicki Shotbolt shares our plan to develop a bold new offer for parents.
Professor Vicki Nash who spoke at the Digital Families 2019 conference, discusses how we might encourage children to flourish in the digital age through understanding how technology creates value in their lives.