Join the Family Online Safety Institute for a briefing on kids, screen time, and “tech addiction.”
The challenge of setting the appropriate amount of screen time for children has long confronted parents, but increasingly we are seeing pediatricians, industry, and regulators being drawn into the debate.
What exactly parents can do? How can families balance the positive uses of technology with their concerns about their kids spending too much time online? What tools exist to help moderate screen time? What do medical professionals advise parents? And is legislation necessary? These are just some of the questions that an expert panel will address.
29th May 2018
Capitol Visitor Center - Room SVC 202
8:30 Registration with coffee and doughnuts
9:00 Panel discussion
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This is a widely attended event, held in compliance with House and Senate Ethics rules, hosted by the Family Online Safety Institute.