Parents use apps, communication to monitor screen time

One way to help children learn about practicing healthy habits is by creating a routine. — Photo by Sajad Nori on Unsplash

While youth have more access than ever to smartphones, computers, tablets and anything with a screen, parents have more options to prevent their children from spending too much time on their devices or from reaching inappropriate websites.

The Internet is filled with sites unsuitable for children, so many parents are looking for ways to keep their children from reaching content they deem unseemly or inappropriate. One tool families could use is OpenDNS FamilyShield, said Johnathon Rader, of Rader Computers.

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