How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online - free event

Thursday, 25 July 2019
How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online - free event

In June 2019 we ran our first How To Keep Your Kids Safe Online forum at the Belgrave Community Hub. The event was so popular that we are now running three more on Tuesday 20th August,  Tuesday 22nd October and Wednesday 20th November.

"Really great forum - Thanks for educating us on how to keep our kids safe."

How To Keep Your Children Safe Online, is a free event for parents, community members and children 5 - 12 years of age. You will learn from a range of experts in the local community on how to keep your children safe online. Children aged 5 - 12 are provided for separately.  You do not have to have children aged 5 -12 years to attend - this event is relevant to all parents with children.  

"Amazing to have the kids entertained."

The event includes:

-   Presentations from The Cyber Safety Project and community organisations for parents.
-   A workshop for the 5 - 12  year old children of participating parents.
-  FREE food and drinks.
-  FREE prizes, giveaways and resources.

Date Tuesday 20 August 2019
Time 5:30pm - 8:00pm
Location  Healesville Library, 110 River Street, Healesville 3777
Click here to reserve your seats for the Tuesday 20th August event (limited number remaining)

Tuesday, 20 August at Healesville Library
Tuesday 22nd October at Mooroolbark Community Centre
Wednesday 20th November at Yarra Junction Family Centre.

FREE Youth and Family counselling services
Did you know that Inspiro provides free Youth and Family counselling services for young people age 12 to 25 years who who live, work or study in the Yarra Ranges? The service will be helpful for young people who may be feeling down, stressed out, anxious or confused, or need to gain life skills and build their confidence.  
We also run a free social skills group for young people with autism, and a free peer support program for young people aged 13 - 18 years who have a family member with a mental illness.



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