APParently Seminar

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APParently Seminar

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Thomas Peterson

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Internet Safety & How to Make Parental Controls Work for Your Family

Do you have concerns about your child’s internet safety?

Learn about best practices and tools available from the founder of APParently.

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In this seminar, you will learn about…

1. Internet Safety and Security

  • An overview of today’s risks and challenges of providing a safe internet experience for kids
  • Cyber bullying, identity theft, and mobile security
  • Safer social networking and computing practices.

2. Free vs. Paid Controls & Effective Security Tools

  • How to evaluate the appropriateness of your child’s internet use.

3. Adaptive Parental Controls

  • Emerging currencies, Privileges vs. Rights, and creating a token economy
  • Setting the correct tone for how internet usage is a part of our lives
  • How to model, teach, and ensure the internet integrates safely into our lives.

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Date and Time:

Saturday, October 17, 2015

9:00AM – 1:00PM

Registration will start at 8:30AM 

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Location:

Help One Child

858 University Avenue

Los Altos, CA 94024

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RSVP Below!

This seminar is free of charge!

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Light Refreshments will be provided.

Childcare available with advance notice.

Contact Melanie@helponechild.org for more information.

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About our Speaker:

Thomas Peterson

Thomas Peterson, co-founder of APParently, the parent app, helps caregivers and their foster children set clear expectations and boundaries using a new token economy and written agreements. As a privacy and security expert, Thomas helps parents, children, and seniors navigate the internet safely. Thomas has been married to Gina for 15 years and is adopting a teenage foster child in Campbell, CA. Thomas is an IT Security Architect, has an MBA in Technology, BS in Information Systems, and is a Certified Information Security Manager and Auditor.

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