Sponsored by Little Bellies and Organic Valley
Screens are a part of everyday life for many families. No matter how much or how little you let your kids interact with them, it’s important that they learn how to stay safe online, on devices, and while playing video games. To help us navigate this conversation on the digital world, we’ve tapped screen safety expert and psychologist Dr. Tracy Bennett. Listen in to our latest episode to hear her important insight and advice on how to keep your kids safe.
Dr. Tracy Bennett is a screen safety expert who teaches families how to strengthen relationships and achieve screen sanity. She is founder and CEO of GetKidsInternetSafe and author of Screen Time in the MeanTime: A Parenting Guide to Get Kids and Teens Internet Safe and the GKIS Home Starter Workbook. In her work as a clinical psychologist over twenty-five years, she sees the impacts of digital injury and how to treat and prevent it. After being distracted by the loss of her parents, she needed answers for her own kids; shame-free, actionable strategies that work. They weren’t out there, so she committed to the GKIS mission. Thanks so much for joining us today.
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Little Bellies is a baby and toddler snack food brand, providing parents with organic and age & stage appropriate options for on-the-go snacking.
They set themselves the benchmark to make the best possible snacks they can for babies and toddlers, supporting every stage of natural progression for ages 7+ months, 10+ months, and 12+ months.
Organic Valley is passionate about doing what’s right for people, animals, and the earth, and is committed to bringing ethically-made organic food to families everywhere. Organic Valley is the largest farmer-owned organic cooperative in the United States and one of the world’s largest organic consumer brands. Founded in 1988 to sustain family farms through organic farming, the cooperative represents nearly 1,800 small organic family farms in 34 U.S. states, Canada, Australia, and the United Kingdom. For more information, visit ov.coop/impact.