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Free Webinar: Understanding Social Media Tools and Traps: Empowering Families to Navigate the Virtual World

  • 18 Feb 2021
  • 6:00 PM
  • virtual




Webinar Will Help Parents Protect Their Children Online

On February 18 at 6 pm eastern, Spaulding for Children and partners present “Understanding Social Media Tools and Traps: Empowering Families to Navigate the Virtual World”—a free virtual program that features a panel of experts in communication, mental health, and social services. Panelist include

Luana Marques, PhD

Dr. Marques is the director and founder of Community Psychiatry PRIDE at Massachusetts General Hospital and an Associate Professor in Psychology at Harvard Medical School.

Robert Jamerson

Mr. Jamerson is Detroit PAL’s CEO and a former PAL participant, coach and consultant. Mr. Jamerson has devoted more than 20 years working for corporations, such as Pfizer, Inc., before joining the nonprofit sector.

April Dinwoodie

Ms. Dinwoodie is a communications and cause-related marketing and social media professional who is passionate about how people experience and interact with brands. Ms. Dinwoodie is a national leader in transracial adoption and a national consultant focused on adoption, foster care, family, identity and navigating differences of race, class and culture.

Craig Fahle

Moderator Craig Fahle is the host of the daily “Craig Fahle Show on Deadline Detroit.”

The panel will discuss the impacts of social media with a focus on how parents can increase children's responsible use of online platforms.

Free webinar but preregistration is required.  https://us02web.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_RSSAdXRIQIaVdmK47mY2Xw

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