Story by: Erin R. Frazier, M.D. on April 2, 2018
The documentary “Screenagers” features a woman who is both a mother and pediatrician searching for the answer to how much screen time is appropriate for kids.
Norton Children’s Prevention and Wellness is hosting a screening for middle school and high school students and parents so families can begin the conversation around how technology affects our lives. As a parent, I have struggled to find an answer on how to let my children interact with technology.
Here is what I learned from “Screenagers”:
Join Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness for a special screening of the movie “Screenagers: Growing up in the digital age.” A discussion with Norton Children’s medical providers will follow the screening.
Friday, April 19
Marshall Women’s Health & Education Center
Norton Medical Plaza 3 – St. Matthews
Suite 108, Classroom B
4123 Dutchmans Lane
Who: Any middle or high school-aged kids and parents
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Let’s face it, technology is here to stay. As parents, we have the ability to help guide our children. To do this, we can implement the following rules:
Erin R. Frazier, M.D., a pediatrician with Norton Children’s Medical Group – Broadway, is medical director at Norton Children’s Prevention & Wellness.