Our renowned team of child psychologists, educators and law enforcement professionals are specialists in the online world and its impact on our children.
Our cyber experts empower you to be the best digital parent you can be
ySafe’s multi-disciplinary team of Clinical Psychologists, Education Specialists, Law Enforcement Professionals and Child Development Experts works collaboratively with school clients to develop evidence-based, practical solutions.
Brett Lee is a former undercover internet detective in the field of Child Exploitation, and has been personally involved in investigating and prosecuting hundreds of online criminals and predators.
I'm Martine Oglethorpe and I help schools provide the best information, understanding and strategies for their students and teachers to ensure kids are getting the very best that technology has to offer.
As a digital parenting educator, speaker and author, I understand the concerns and frustrations of modern school communities. I translate the latest research into practical and digestible information for parents and educators who want evidence-based information about the digital age.
We provide relevant and engaging seminars for students, parents and teachers around the topics of sex, dating and relationships, creating an atmosphere of empathy in the school and home for young people.
I’m a high school IT teacher in Western Australia. I work with educators, kids and parents on issues, incidents and solutions.
Kim Maslin is a West Australian educator who has first-hand experience with students and the issues they face in the digital age. As a Digital Learning Coordinator Kim provides regular support to teachers looking to better integrate ICT into their classrooms.
Susan McLean is among Australia’s foremost experts in the area of online safety and young people. Susan’s presentations to students, parents and schools, and her frequent media appearances use real-world examples drawn from her vast experience as a police officer dealing with the misuses of technology on a daily basis.
The Tech Mum was launched to educate parents on internet safety for their families. If you feel like you don't know what your kids are looking at online or what they are doing on their devices, then you've come to the right place. As parents, we make it our business to guide our children in their everyday lives and endeavours by giving them skills to practice and tools to use. Why would it be any different when it comes to technology?
Information Technology can be a great resource and learning tool for children, but unfiltered access could be harmful to your children. It’s important for parents to understand the real possibilities and the best practices for protection. We don’t endorse overly strict regimes, just the importance of providing a suitable technology environment that is appropriate for the different stages of a child’s life.
The Foundation cares for children who have experienced or witnessed serious violence; reduce the incidence of bullying, cyber bullying and other cyber risks; and, advocate for the safety and wellbeing of children.