New Site Offers Free Parenting Advice & Software to Protect Families from Online Predators

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New parenting advice web portal launched at http://www.kidsafe.com that offers free advice, consumer reports and free software to protect children from online predators.

Children’s Educational Network (CEN) announced today the launch of their new website, Kid Safe.com to offer free parenting advice, tools and services. The website is designed to provide tools, information and resources to help busy parents in keeping their homes and families safe.

The website (http://www.kidsafe.com) provides product news and kid safety tips on topics such as swimming pools, high chairs, cribs and other every-day child oriented products, as well as discussing child service provider issues such as babysitter safety. The website also helps parents develop a kid safe approach to Internet safety, including a free Internet Filter, news and resources about stranger danger, Internet predators, blocking pornography and other vital cyber safety issues.

CEN recognized this gap as an opportunity to offer parenting advice and improve the quality of parents’ home and family lives, as well as helping to keep their children safe. A “parenting community website” was conceptualized and developed, featuring critical parenting information and vital parenting resources. With the launch of the new Kid Safe.com website, CEN has made these tips and resources for parents readily available in one convenient, fun and easy to use website.

In addition to providing information, links, downloadable consumer reports and software, the site features a forum board discussion area in which parents can interact together and talk about strategies and ideas that are effective in coping with parenting challenges. “We tried to build a platform that parents can use as a community resource. When you’re running full speed ten hours of the day at work, you don’t have much time to attend parenting clubs or meetings to learn about and discuss the information that’s out there.” said Greg Writer, CEO & founder of CEN.

“The Kid Safe (http://www.kidsafe.com) website and the discussion board in particular, are highly effective tools and parenting resources. We’ve provided parents a venue to get together and talk about the parenting issues and concerns they face without having to attend another meeting or leave the home to participate in a club.” Writer added. News and information articles added to the site will also be made available through RSS and Atom newsfeeds for parents who need their information resources on the go.

About Children’s Educational Network:

Children’s Educational Network (CEN) is building the premier, online community for children – “TUKI” ™, The Ultimate Kids’ Internet”™ http://www.tuki.com – specifically designed to provide a safe, fun and educational Internet experience only accessible through CEN’s TUKI Browsers. Currently offering Noah’s Net (A Christian Themed Kid Safe Browser http://www.NoahsNet.com ), The Scout Browser™ (A Scout Themed Kid Safe Browser http://www.Scoutbrowser.com ) and The TUKI Browser (http://www.TUKI.com). In all themed browsers, “TUKI’s” core function is to protect children from pornography, hate, violence, online predators and inappropriate content on the Internet while also offering fun, educational content that inspires and motivates children in a positive manner. CEN offers its Kid Safe Browser for free and allows other organizations to participate in protecting kids on the Internet, expanding their brand to the desktop and building customer loyalty by co-branding and private labeling CEN’s technology.

Partnership information or press contacts: http://www.childrenseducationalnetwork.com Children’s Educational Network, 760-233-2863.

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