Screen time on iPhone and iPads
Apple’s own Screen time built into the hardware on iOS 12 for iPhones and iPads (Cost: Free)
This is a great site that will explain each step for each video console to set parental controls.
Net Nanny - Parental controls, not great for mobile but good for PCs
Mobile Fence - Parental controls and GPS tracking for Android devices
Verizon Family Base - Monitor wireless activity and set usage limits
AT&T Secure Family - Manage internet and email activity on computers
T-Mobile Family Mode - Manage minutes, messages and downloads on phones
Sprint Mobile Controls - Monitor phone usage
XFINITY TV Online parental controls - Restricts what children can watch online
Do No Disturb While Driving on iPhone
Cell Control - For Android and iPhone
Drive Safe Mode - For Android and iPhone
DriveMode - Available on Android
All the big carriers have apps to help you on this too. Ask your carrier for the latest
Think your kid (or you) could be a screen zombie? Take the 'Screenagers' test - Los Angeles Times
Learning How to Exert Self-Control - New York Times
Compulsive Texting Associated with Poorer School Performance Among Girls - American Psychological Association
Compulsive Texting Takes Toll on Teenagers - New York Times
Teaching Self-Control Tips - Provides evidence-based information about parenting and child development.
Common Sense Media - Empowers parents, teachers, and policymakers by providing unbiased information, trusted advice, and innovative tools to help them harness the power of media and technology as a positive force in all kids’ lives.
Center For Humane Technology - Former tech execs worried that technology is “hijacking our minds and society” and are working to raise awareness inside tech companies.
Family Online Safety Institute - International, non-profit organization that works to make the online world safer for kids and their families.
Empowering Parents - Committed to providing parents with sound advice through podcasts, an active blogging community and parenting programs.
Above The Fray - Program to educate parents and teachers about what life is really like online for young people and to give adults the tools they need to begin meaningful dialogues at home and at school.