11 December, 2019 –
The Palaszczuk Government is determined to tackle cyberbullying so that children are safe – both online and offline.
We know parents are in the best position to help their child deal with cyberbullying and as part of our Anti-Cyberbullying Taskforce we have put in place a range of resources to help.
The Stop Cyberbullying portal includes useful information and resources for anyone dealing with cyberbullying, including children and young people, parents and carers and the wider community.
Head to the portal to find out more about:
- what cyberbullying is
- dealing with cyberbullying
- reporting cyberbullying
- recognising the signs of cyberbullying
- staying safe online
- where to access support.
Visit www.qld.gov.au/stopcyberbullying to find out more.
For free professional and confidential advice and support parents can contact Parentline on 1300 30 1300 or via their website at www.parentline.com.au
Parents can also attend a local Triple P session or access one of their free online programs to get help with a range of parenting challenges (including help to stop cyberbullying), go to www.triplep-parenting.net