Our Family Digital Well-Being Hub offers a collection of expert advice on timely topics for every stage of child development, from toddler to teen. Parents can find insights from renowned nonprofits that are committed to creating healthy online experiences with age-appropriate freedom and boundaries. Resources include easily digestible guidance on Amazon’s products and services, like setting up parental controls, creating child-safe device experiences, and fostering healthy digital habits.
Here are highlights of the topics covered on the new Family Digital Well-Being Hub:
- Manage screen time and content: Learn how to use the Amazon Parent Dashboard to manage a child’s screen time and digital content. Parents can get an overview of what their kids are interested in to help guide conversations and their curiosities about the world.
- Setting up a new device: It’s an exciting moment for kids when they receive a new device. Check out these smart tips on what to discuss with your kids when they are accessing their new device.
- How to use and customize web-browsing controls: Amazon Fire Kids and Kids Pro tablets have web-browsing controls built in, which gives you peace of mind while giving your kids the opportunity to safely explore online.
- Third-party resources: We partner with nonprofits to tap their vast knowledge and research in digital well-being, which guides Amazon’s development of products and services designed for kids.
- Review and approve children’s app or activity requests: Have tweens or teens who are ready for more digital autonomy and want to add new apps and activities to their Amazon devices? Find out how to easily review and approve these requests.
- Bring magic to video calls: Meet Amazon Glow, a fun, new device that makes connecting across the miles more fun.
This is just the beginning
As technology changes, we’re passionate about keeping pace. We’ll be regularly expanding our library with new information with the help of safety experts worldwide.
“We are thrilled to share insights from Amazon and from our online safety experts all in one digital destination,” said Karen Ressmeyer, director of Family Trust at Amazon.
Visit the Family Digital Well-Being Hub.