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Foster Care and the Dangers of Online Technology


In order to protect your foster child you need to


be aware of the dangers and of your child’s computer usage. To begin with, computers should be located in a central location, such as a family room, lounge room, kitchen, or any high traffic room where it is visible, or where the family frequently gathers. The family computer should be in a position where it is easily viewed by the adults in the room, and in a position where a parent can see if when simply passing through the room. This will allow you to have better supervision of the internet activity, how long the child is online, and who they are in communication with.


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