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How to Set Up iPad for Autism with Screen Time Limits & Parental Controls

5 Sep @ 9:30 AM - 10:30 PM

Keep your kids safe and set healthy limits by setting up Apple’s Screen Time.


In this step by step workshop we’ll walk you through the available features and how discus what options are best  your child.


Together we’ll learn how to:




  • limit apps, websites and more




  • turn off explicit content and use age restrictions




  • limit when your child can access their apps




  • monitor usage 




  • block your child from changing passwords and other settings  




  • and more!




While Apple devices are often intuitive (that’s how our kids are so good at figuring them out!) this is one area that many people, including myself, have found to be difficult to navigate. There’s also features that really aren’t obvious.


I’m an #autismmama who started iTalk Autism to help families and professionals with setting up devices and apps, and keeping them organize. Let us alleviate some of your frustration and guide you through the set up of Screen Time during this interactive workshop and in the months to come!


This online workshop includes: 




  • 1 hr live interactive workshop 




  • workshop handouts




  • recording of the workshop, both video and audio only files.




  • 3 month access to the membership group “iTalk Autism and Tech” $33 value, which includes:





    • A digital copy of iTalk Autism’s ‘Back Up Binder’




    • Video library in the members area of the website with videos such as ‘Setting Up Your back Up Binder’ and ‘Backing Up Your Device’ 4 part series on Guided Access and more (videos are added each month)




    • Ongoing support in a closed Facebook Group




    • Monthly Back Up Reminder and Support via email and Facebook




    • Monthly Q&A video call.  Ask any tech questions either from this workshop or anything related to autism and tech!







I look forward to helping you with your child’s device!


Amanda Raichelle Perry


Supporting Families. Living With Joy!


 




 

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