In national surveys, families report that the number one battleground is managing technology. The guide by START shares strategies on how to get ahead of those battles by adopting consistent rhythms for screen use and other activities.
Learn How To Develop A Rhythm In Quarantine
What children will remember from this time is not stats about the coronavirus, but how their home felt during this pandemic. A plan including screen time provides a map to reaching your parenting goals. Develop your plan using START's quarantine and screens guide.
Parenting Tips On How To Avoid Pandemic Information Overload
During the quarantine, we parents might check the news more often and feel more anxiety. START's guide shares recommendations on how to shift some attention from the news to building family memories and traditions.
Screen Sanity (formerly START) was created in 2018 to help families use tech with intention, so that kids grow up captivated by life, not screens.
Screen Sanity helps parents stand together and rethink technology - developing healthy norms, values and training for tech use. Screen Sanity's training sessions, tips and tools are practical aids for parents as well as others in the community who work with children: teachers, coaches, healthcare professionals, and community leaders.
Screens are small. Life is big. Look up.
Technology isn’t a bad thing, but it's important to make sure we are always using technology to our benefit, especially as we are all spending more time at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. Use Screen Sanity's free guide to manage screen time during the coronavirus outbreak.