How you can help keep your child safe online
We have online safety tips, advice and activities to help keep your child safe online.
How to support children with SEND with talking to people online
Young people use the internet to contact friends they might know from school or other activities. Sometimes children with special educational needs and disabilities may struggle with making friends when other children are not being inclusive or kind. Find out how to support your child.
These resources, and the support and expertise we received from working with Ambitious about Autism, allowed us to reach families who face very specific challenges and ensure our online safety advice is more inclusive.
Activities to do with your child
We have worked with Ambitious about Autism and parents and carers who have children with Special Educational Needs or Disabilities (SEND) to create activities to help talk about online safety.
- Sharing personal details
- Friendships online
- One-page profile
- Cyberbullying for children with SEND visual article
- Talking to people online for children with SEND visual article
Information produced in partnership with Ambitious about Autism, with the support of O2 during their online safety partnership with us.
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Livestreaming and online video apps
Learn about livestreaming and video apps and get advice to help keep your child safe.