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Foster Care and the Dangers of Online Technology


You have the responsibility as a foster parent to


make certain that your foster child is not contacted by online predators, stalked by biological family members, attacked by cyberbullies, or stumble across sites that are dangerous and inappropriate for his age. By checking your foster child’s online device and cell phone on a regular basis, you are helping to protect the child, and the child’s privacy. Filters and parental control settings can help you keep your foster child safe from many of the online dangers.


For many more strategies, pick up a copy of Keeping Foster Children Safe Online, by Dr. John DeGarmo


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