With the online world being such a huge part of young people's lives today, it's very important that we help them to understand how to use it safely, sensibly and with an awareness of how it can impact on them.

The Dove Self-Esteem Project helps boost young people’s self-esteem and body confidence.Families can also get expert information and practical tips through the Parent Guide.

See what parents think of the app here.

Advice to help children become more resilient online.

Just like teaching a child to ride a bike or cross the road, digital resilience is another way to highlight the need to help children cope with whatever the online world throws at them.

Together with our expert ambassador Dr. Linda Papadopoulus, Internet Matters have created a number of age-specific resources to get you started.

As technology becomes more and more integral to everything we do, it can sometimes distract us from the things that matter most to us. Google believe technology should improve life, not distract from it. Google are committed to giving everyone the tools they need to develop their own sense of digital wellbeing.

For young people in their late teens, looking after money might be difficult and gambling could cause harms.

Parent Zone and GambleAware have created a new resource pack for parents, carers and professionals, so they can support young people to stay in control of their finances and understand the risks of gambling.

Practical tips for parents

To help children challenge idealised images on social media and put value in more than just what they see in the mirror, use our tips and expert advice to empower them to develop positive body image.

Keeping your children healthy and well is a top priority and there are now many apps available to help improve your child’s general wellbeing.

With the free 'Uniquely Me' guide, parents can nurture their children's self-esteem at home and help them live up to their full potential. The guide contains:

Expert advice
Self-esteem-boosting activities
Action checklists

... and lots more to get this important conversation started and help enhance your child's wellbeing.