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Parents' Support

PEGS provides a safe place online where parents can talk openly about their experiences, without judgement. Their services are free, and open to any parent, carer or guardian experiencing Child to Parent Abuse, regardless of the age of their child (including those with adult offspring). Support includes:

  • Virtual drop-ins
  • Peer support group
  • One to one support
  • Bespoke workshops

These services are also all offered virtually to limit any boundaries around accessing in-person services.


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This website offers parenting advice from their child mental health experts. There are a number of short videos with practical tips to support children’s wellbeing and behaviour.


Family Lives to merge with Parenting UK from 15 November

This website offers parenting advice and practical guidance on issues ranging from bullying to divorce. You can filter their training by age, topic or type (video, article, online group etc). You can also contact them directly by e mail, helpline or through their online chat.




Parent Zone is dedicated to helping families make the most of their online worlds. Their aim is to help parents support their children to be confident and capable online and to make the most of what technology has to offer – while being aware of the risks and harms they will also find online.

The PZ library enables you to browse  a range of of digital guides – including the most popular online platforms and games, and topics like screen time and age ratings. You can also explore our blog, advice and events to help you navigate the digital world and learn how to support your child in their online world in the Parent Area


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Many teenagers live much of their life online. The CEOP website offers advice and guidance for online safety for children of all ages on issues which range from gaming to grooming. Find out what you need to know about the dark web, using parental controls or reporting an online incident.

#AskTheAwkward has been created to help parents and carers to explore online relationships with their secondary aged children, making these conversations part of everyday life.