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    Live streaming: responding to the risks

    Live streaming is a popular feature of lots apps and platforms. By understanding the risks of live streaming you can help your child to stay safe when they are online.

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    What is live streaming?

    With an increase in the popularity of live streaming, it's important to understand why young people enjoy sharing experiences in real-time.

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    Does your child have Autistic Spectrum Disorder?

    If your child has Autistic Spectrum Disorder you've probably developed strategies for helping them learn how to stay safe. Here are some practical steps you can take to keep them safe online.

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    Having a conversation with your child

    Starting a conversation with your child about a sensitive issue or something you don’t usually talk about isn’t always easy, especially if this means you will be talking about things they prefer to keep private, but there are ways to make having these conversations with your child easier.

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    Exposed: A film about the risks of sharing sexual images - audio described

    This film is aimed at young people aged 14 and over. 'Exposed' looks at the consequences of sharing naked selfies and investigates the support available to young people to help them regain control. Includes audio description.

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    Exposed: A film about the risks of sharing sexual images - subtitled

    This film is aimed at young people aged 14 and over. 'Exposed' looks at the consequences of sharing naked selfies and investigates the support available to young people to help them regain control. Includes subtitles.