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How Can Parents Set Boundaries with Their Kids and Their Devices

How Can Parents Set Boundaries with Their Kids and Their Devices

Published: Jul. 8, 2024Updated: Jul. 8, 2024

Experts Erin Cantwell, PhD, a Licensed Clinical Psychologist, and Alishia Quadri, a Doctoral Extern, share strategies for setting boundaries for children who struggle to detach from their devices. Follow along as they outline a set of guidelines and methods for establishing healthy tech habits and managing expectations for your child.

For more information about technology, check out our article: Assistive Technology (AT) 101

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