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The Tech diet for your child & teen

The Tech diet for your child & teen
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S0006003072 616.8584 Mar
Adult Non Fiction   Narrandera . Available .  
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ISBN 9781460758014
Call Number 616.8584 Mar
Author Marshall, Brad
Title The Tech diet for your child & teen
Place of production Sydney, NSW : HarperCollins Publishers, 2019.
Notes "The 7-step plan to unplug & reclaim your kid's childhood (and save your family's sanity)" -- Cover
The Tech Diet for your Child and Teen provides real-life strategies that any parent can implement to create a healthy balance and put your kids' development first. Based on solid psychological research explaining why screen addiction is so powerful, Brad's jargon-free advice gives a clear plan for parents who have had enough and are serious about changing the way their kids use and interact with technology. The Tech Diet for your Child & Teen contains: Ways to apply workable solutions for excessive internet use and gaming rather than fighting about it; Advice on how to take control of the Wi-Fi and manage smartphones and data; Practical tips to help survive the school holidays; How to tackle kids telling you they are doing 'homework' while switching screens; A holistic plan that puts your child's wellbeing first, screens second; Special information for children with conditions such as ADHD, Autism Spectrum Disorders, Anxiety and Depression
Subject Added Entry - Topical Information technology Social aspects
Internet and families
Internet and teenagers
Video game addiction
Cell phones and teenagers
Internet users Mental health
Internet addiction Prevention
Internet addiction in adolescence
Internet and children
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