At Socially Safe Social Media, we help keep kids safe online by teaching them about how to handle Cyberbullying, being a Digital Leader and how to be Socially Safe on Social Media. We live and interact daily in a digital world. We teach them how to feel safe & secure online, how to protect themselves and how they personally fit into the digital world.
“The information that Stacy and Kerry provided for our young clients at our Girl Talk Series was invaluable. They engaged the girls in a fun yet informative manner. With the rise of our kids on electronics, I could only hope to see this type of Socially Safe workshop presented in all schools. It is important to educate our children on the dangers of being on Social Media so they can use it properly and safely. Our clients (and their parents) as well as my own children really enjoyed the workshop. Two thumbs up from Pretty In Pink Spa.”
Sonia Imerti, Pretty in Pink Spa
“Kerry and Stacy are social media experts that can speak on issues that affect our children’s safety in an online world. Their expertise on topics of online presence, awareness and safety have been very well received by the readers of our online teen girls magazine. They explain the subject matter in an easy to understand and relatable to way. I would highly recommend them as speakers for adults and/or children of any age as we could all use their knowledge in navigating the ever changing and potentially sinister social media environment. ”
Amanda Wessinger, editor Genuine Girls Club Magazine
“The Cyberbullying Workshop aligns with the Health curriculum, exploring various forms of bullying and providing strategies for handling those situations. In the workshop, Kerry and Stacy introduced our students to a few of the possible vulnerabilities students are exposed to daily by the technology they use. Students were given clear steps for better management of privacy settings, increasing online safety. Kerry and Stacy also created several “Aha!” moments and provided students with food for thought, by examining the information that becomes available for anyone to gather, as the result of simply posting a picture online or allowing an application access to ‘location’ settings. Kerry and Stacy, thank you for providing real-life cyber-safety scenarios for our students.”
Judi Laman, Vice Principal , Emily Carr Public School