Digital Parenting Course for 0-3 Years
The Digital Parenting Course for toddlers aged 0-3 years old is designed to help you establish healthy digital boundaries for babies and toddlers, right from the start, and navigate the specific parenting concerns that you will have for keeping your littlest ones safe in this digital age.PURCHASE NOW
0-3 year Toddler Parenting Course
How to parent in the digital age: a parenting guide for babies and toddlers
For children under 3, these early years are crucial for healthy cognitive development so it’s important to establish healthy boundaries with your home tech from a young age.
For responsible digital age parents to babies and toddlers,areas of concern will include:
- sharing ultrasound images
- announcing baby’s arrival
- protecting your baby monitors from hackers
- protecting your privacy when using digital aids and home tech
- managing screen time and setting healthy digital boundaries.
The parenting a toddler course gives you access to age-specific resources and a digital community to help guide you through digital age parenting for babies and toddlers.
How to protect baby monitor from hackers
Familiarizing yourself with your baby monitor device, and its privacy settings, is a good first step in protecting your family’s data from being hacked. Do you truly need all those settings enabled?
Other steps you can take include:
- ensuring your device is password protected
- securing your home router
- making sure the monitors firmware is up to date.
Protecting baby monitors from hackers and keeping your little ones safe around connected devices and wearable tech is covered in more detail as part of the Digital Parenting Course for 0-3 years.
Children under 3 and technology: at what age is it ok to introduce digital devices into a child's life?
The recommendation from the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) is that children under the age of 18 months get no screen time at all (with the exception of video chatting with family members).
For toddlers aged between 18 and 24 months old, limited screen time can be enjoyed with a parent or caregiver reinforcing the educational content.
For children aged 2-3 years old, the guidance is for up to 1 hour per day of high quality, educational screen time.
For a deep dive into the effects that screen time can have on your little ones, as well as useful resources on how to keep babies and toddlers safe around digital devices, purchase the 0-3 Pod.