Ferndale Youth Assistance Forum to Teach Internet Safety
Seminar for parents and adults will be held on Wednesday, Jan. 23 at Ferndale High School.
The Michigan Cyber Safety Initiative and Ferndale High School, in conjunction with Ferndale Youth Assistance, is inviting the community to attend the Michigan Community Seminar Internet Safety Presentation for Parents and Adults.
Parents and adults will learn important information including how to access the Michigan Sex Offender Registry and sign up to receive email updates as well as how to obtain reliable information on parental control software.
They will also receive instructions for using online tutorials on how to search and access your child’s social networking sites, view internet history logs to determine where your children have been online and access and modify settings for safer surfing on internet search engines such as Yahoo and Google.
This seminar is presented by the office of Bill Schuette, Michigan Attorney General, and will be held on Wednesday, January 23, 2013 from 6:30-8:30 p.m. at Ferndale High School, 881 Pinecrest in Ferndale.
“Internet safety is critically important for parents in order to shield their kids from inappropriate content or individuals on the wide open internet, and this program is timely and free and available through Ferndale Youth Assistance,” said Craig Covey, Chairman of the board of FYA.
To pre-register or for more information, contact the Ferndale Youth Assistance office at 248-586-8700.
Information provided by Ferndale Youth Assistance.