Over the years, Safer Internet Centres have developed various educational resources aimed at helping teachers, parents and carers, and children and young people, to discover the online word safely. Now you can access all of these resources in just one place via this resource gallery.
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Online with a mental disability? Starting guide for healthcare professionals
Working with people with a mental disability means that you regularly have to do with clients' online vulnerability. This group is more often a victim of online abuse such as cyberbullying, (shame) sexting and grooming. But a life without internet is not an option in this digital world. Digital media offer countless opportunities. Apps, videos and social media provide clients with fun, creativity, social contact and more direction over their own lives. What do you do to empower clients online? And do you know how to make full use of the opportunities? Don't wait any longer and get started with media literacy.
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