SafetyNet for parents

We are excited to launch our new, free training sessions at The Brain Charity, in partnership with OfCom. These will centre on being safe online, developing digital skills and giving carers the tools to help those who need support with internet safety.

This informal evening session is for parents of young people with neurological conditions who might be concerned about the risks they face from YouTube and online gaming.

Ali, our media literacy trainer, has worked in education, and as an autistic adult, he is very much aware what the hazards can be and how to help.

He will offer information and advice to all attendees and provide a forum to ask questions.

Devices will be provided to use in the session, or you can bring your own laptop or tablet.

This session is part of our SafetyNet online safety programme which delivers relevant and tailored support for people living with neurological conditions who would like to increase their online media literacy, as well as the extended community of those who care for someone with a neurological condition, be these individuals in a family unit or groups in care settings.

Please let us know you are coming by clicking the sign up button on this page.

If you have any questions about this course please call us on 0151 298 2999 or email us.

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Reserve your free place

Date Thursday, 13th July, 2023
Starts 17:00
Ends 18:30
Venue  The Brain Charity
Address Norton Street
L3 8LR