Parenting in Cyberspace

Aaliyah chats with Fern, an active participant in yourtown’s Youth Participation program, about their personal experiences with bullying and cyberbullying as a young person, what they’ve learned from those experiences and what they wish their parents and trusted adults in their life knew at the time.

Show Notes

Aaliyah chats with Fern, an active participant in yourtown’s Youth Participation program, about their personal experiences with bullying and cyberbullying as a young person, what they’ve learned from those experiences and what they wish their parents and trusted adults in their life knew at the time.

Links from the episode:
Instagram - @kidshelplineau
Facebook - @KidsHelpline

Parents and carers in Queensland and the Northern Territory can access virtual counselling support from 8am to 10pm every day of the year. Find out more at parentline.com.au or call 1300 30 1300.

If you are outside of Queensland or Northern Territory, find out how to access Parentline in your state at parentline.com.au/other-support-services

Learn more about cyberbullying and supporting your child by accessing our self-paced modules and tip sheets at parentline.com.au/cyberbullying

Young people aged 5 to 25 can access counselling support through Kids Helpline. Find out more at kidshelpline.com.au

This episode was brought to you by the Parentline Cyberbullying Program which is funded by the Queensland Government.

What is Parenting in Cyberspace?

To provide adult carers (parents, grandparents and other carers) with information, guidance and support, tips, and links to resources to help support young people online – particularly when they are exposed to cyberbullying.