REPLAY: Internet Safety for Students and Adults with IDD
**This is a recording of a previous webinar. Experience it for the first time or rewatch it to gain a better understanding of the topic. The question box will be open and we will respond to any questions 24 hours after the event.
The Internet has dramatically changed the way we interact with the world and has provided many with a way to stay connected during quarantine. However the internet can also put people at risk for cyberbullying, exposure to inappropriate material, online predators and the possibility of revealing too much personal information.
Presented by Ashley Ritchey, Director of the New Jersey Self-Advocacy Project, attendees will learn about internet safety and how to best support individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities on the internet.
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Please note, no credits or "Certificate of Attendance" will be provided for attending this webinar. Should you require proof of attendance, you will receive a follow-up email thanking you for attending, with a link to the recorded webinar and slides.