The Inclusive Digital Safety Hub is the first of its kind, and is empowering parents, carers, and professionals with tailored advice and insight to make meaningful interventions in the lives of children and young people most likely to experience online risks.
Recognising that online safety needs to be an integral part of children’s digital journey, these tailored resources can help shape the safety of all children online.
The educational online hub houses both created and curated content for parents, carers, and professionals and has been specifically designed for children and young people with SEND, those currently or previously in care, and children in minority groups, in particular LGBTQ+.
The impact of Covid-19 has meant a huge increase in demand, with greater numbers of both parents and professionals seeking resources and support. More than two million children are considered to be the most ‘vulnerable’ in England – including those with physical or mental health needs.
Click here to visit the Inclusive Digital Safety Hub created by Internet Matters in partnership with SWGfL.