Oct 20, 2021
Lt. Mike Bowling, commander with the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force, discusses internet safety.
We explore tips on basic internet safety, how to recognize cyberbullying, what’s appropriate gaming and signs that a child may unknowingly be putting themselves at risk on the internet. We also will explore screen time and how it leads to childhood obesity, sleep issues, stress and anxiety. This episode will help families be safe and know how to manage and balance the digital world with the real world.
Norton Children’s “Parenting With You” is a podcast that helps parents keep kids healthy and safer by providing practical, down-to-earth advice for parenting children of any age, from babies to teens.
Internet Safety: How to Keep Yourself and Your Kids Safe
In this episode, our hosts, Erin R. Frazier, M.D., pediatrician, and Tracy Morrison, director of Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness, talk with Lt. Mike Bowling, commander with the Kentucky State Police Electronic Crime Branch and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force.
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About Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness
A healthy kid is a happy kid. Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness provides resources to help you and your child build healthy habits.
Established in 1991 as the Children’s Hospital Foundation Office of Child Advocacy of Norton Children’s Hospital, today Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness takes an active leadership role in teaching healthy habits to children, including injury prevention and educating families on healthy lifestyle choices.
Advocacy and outreach educational programs are at the heart of the Norton Children’s mission.
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Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness is funded through donations to the Norton Children’s Hospital Foundation.