Dealing with digital disruption
Whether it is TVs, smart phones, laptops, tablets or game consoles - screens are a large part of everyday life for many of today’s youth. But how much is too much? Does it really affect physical or mental development? Join psychologist and author of On Track Parenting, Brad Everton, to take a closer look at the reality.
- Get up-to-date research on the effects electronic devices are having.
- Discover smart techniques to avoid social media having anti-social results.
- Find out how to recognise the signs of unhealthy screen-time habits and get tips on breaking electronic addictions.
- Learn how to use screen time productively to encourage creativity and develop problem solving skills
|Library||Registration||Date and Time|
|Coolum||Register||Tuesday 19 November, 10.00am
|Beerwah||Register||Wednesday 20 November, 1.00pm
|Maroochydore||Register||Thursday 21 November, 10.30am
|Nambour||Register||Wednesday 27 November, 10.00am
|Kawana||Register||Friday 29 November, 10.00am
|Maleny||Register||Friday 6 December, 10.00am
|Caloundra||Register||Saturday 7 December, 10.00am
Free. Registration essential.
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