Privacy and security / October 20, 2022

Tips and tricks to help your family be safer digital citizens

October marks World Mental Health Day and Cybersecurity Awareness Month, and TELUS Wise brought together a panel of experts to talk about digital wellness, cyberbullying, privacy and other online safety considerations to help parents keep their kids safe.

Host Tina Singh, Occupational Therapist and Mother, is joined by Taylor Hui, Founder of the BeaYOUtiful Foundation, along with Stacey Ponich, TELUS Wise Ambassador, for a thoughtful discussion around digital safety to help parents have healthy conversations with their kids about staying safe online.

TELUS Wise is a free digital literacy education program empowering you to stay safe and well in our digital world. TELUS is dedicated to ensuring the digital space is a safe space, and over 500K people have participated in TELUS Wise workshops and events since its inception. #TELUSWise

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