Simple account safeguards and a sound method of letting older children spend their pocket money can stop little ones purchasing big on mobile devices - whether inadvertently or deliberately.
Concerned about how much time your kids are spending in front of screens? We have everything you need to know about time limits, why it's so inviting and how to cut back.
As if it hasn't been challenging enough to limit screen time this year in a world of homeschooling and bored children, a new challenge for parents has emerged: multi-screening.
Researchers have discovered that parental phone usage is often a sign of warm and attached parenting.
While the app is not new, there are concerns it is attracting the attention of a new generation of tweens and teens.
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The change in my daughter was almost immediate. She became obsessed.
chance to do the things you want to do, but never get around to.
My kids know I am only a text away. I am here for them even when I'm not with them. And how can that be bad?
What does she do when her child's father has seriously overstepped the mark?
Nearly half of Australian kids aged six to 13 own or have access to a mobile phone, a survey has found.
The surge in consumption comes despite mounting concerns about the grip that smartphones and screens have on young people's lives and development.