Cyber Wellness

Video Gaming & Internet Addiction

Digital devices and video games are a real distraction today for children of varying ages. In some schools, children and youth also adopt personal notebooks as learning tools. With these opportunities come definite risks and arising concerns for video gaming and Internet addiction. This programme gives holistic perspective through real-life case studies, as well as cutting edge research. Parents will glean wisdom to anticipate problems and prepare for them. They will also learn practical handles to plan a media diet for their children, and gain ideas to implement best practices in their families.

What participants say

Sook Han Parent, St Andrew's Junior School

I like it that your presentation is very light and provides very practical insight. I am happy and will be interested to attend another session.

Anonymous Parent, Dunearn Secondary School

Very lively, interesting and presented with authority. Excellent!! Very clear and well-illustrated. A morning well spent.

Anonymous Parent, Hua Yi Secondary School

The trainer has given very realistic examples of what is going on out there and the seriousness of the issues. With the sharing from his talk, I am more empowered to address issues like game addiction in my family. Thank you for the impressive talk!

Anonymous Parent, Dunearn Secondary School

Packed with a lot of useful information which is well backed up by research. Promotion of healthy attitudes and habits for young.

Michael Parent, Zhonghua Secondary School

I gained awareness of the influence video gaming have on my child and how to help him overcome gaming addiction.

Yan Seng Parent, Beacon Primary School

The trainer is inspiring. Not only in parenting consultancy. The last seminar gave me a whole idea on how to tackle the challenges in this technology-driven frontier. Looking forward to next seminar!

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