“It’s like a tattoo. As for tattoos, I’ve prevented my kids from getting those by reminding them that they’re like buying a dumb sweater and wearing it for the rest of their lives. Posting dumb things on the Internet is worse. At least there’s a painful process to remove the tattoo. The Internet has no such safe guard.” John C. Dvorak, PC Magazine

Youth

https://needhelpnow.ca/app/en/

Needhelpnow.ca helps teens stop the spread of sexual pictures or videos and provides support along the way.

http://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/

Information and resources or to report someone at risk online

http://mobility.protectchildren.ca/app/en/
The Mobile Safety website details current and potential safety issues to children/adolescents using mobile phones, as well as steps parents/guardians can take to ensure their child/adolescent’s mobile phone use is safe.

Parent

http://kidsintheknow.ca/app/en/parents
A resource for parents to assess children’s safety, develop developmentally appropriate rules about online materials.

http://mobility.protectchildren.ca/app/en/
The Mobile Safety website details current and potential safety issues to children/adolescents using mobile phones, as well as steps parents/guardians can take to ensure their child/adolescent’s mobile phone use is safe.

http://www.unh.edu/ccrc/internet-crimes/safety_ed.html
Internet Safety Education for Teens: Getting It Right – What to Say

http://www.kidsintheknow.ca/PDFS/impact_of_viewing.pdf
Impact of Viewing Pornography

http://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/
Information and resources or to report someone at risk

http://www.thedoorthatsnotlocked.ca/
Parental advice and tools for keeping their children safe on the internet

Educators/Professionals

http://kidsintheknow.ca/app/en/professional_development
A resource for educators to assess children’s safety, develop developmentally appropriate rules about online materials.

http://www.cybertip.ca/app/en/
Information and resources or to report someone at risk

http://www.thedoorthatsnotlocked.ca/
Advice for educators and tools for keeping their children safe on the internet

MAKING AN APPOINTMENT

Families can contact us at FASA (204) 786-7051, extension 5262 or email us at FASA@newdirections.mb.ca

MAKING A REFERRAL

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(204) 786-7051, extension 5262
or email us at
FASA@newdirections.mb.ca

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