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SOLOS is working hard to positively educate children, youth and adults about online safety. A registered charity, we have provided pro-social and non-shaming values based workshops, presentations, assemblies and publications to over 85,000 British Columbians since 2002. SOLOS’ publications combine expertise in both technology and child and youth development. Our Board of Directors and advisors are accomplished experts in their respective fields. Combined with the expertise of our Executive Director, Merlyn Horton, we are confident that all research cited and methods employed are empirically supported.
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SOLOS Presentations Program Updated! (May 2012)
Youth Presentations: Your Life OnLine
School Based Presentations
We’ve heard you! We have updated our programs to reflect the feedback we’ve got over the last year. Our new programs are designed to offer you and your school (or group) flexibility in setting, activities and audience size, while continuing to offer our engaging research-based content.
Parent & Public Presentations: Parenting in a Cyber-Age
SOLOS parent and public presentations mirror the basic messages offered to students in "Your LIfe OnLine" in order to give parents a chance to talk with their children about online safety in their homes. Dynamic, current and always practical, SOLOS resources accompany each presentation. Sign up your school community today!
Professional Workshops, Keynotes and Presentations
Since technology began to significantly impact B.C. youth, particularly high risk youth, Merlyn Horton and SOLOS have delivered workshops, keynotes and presentations to youth-serving professionals in the fields of social services, public health, womens' health, law enforcement and education. These respected, reputable and memorable professional development workshops, keynote addresses and presentations have been hosted by many satisfied non-profit organizations, provincial societies and conference organizers throughout B.C.
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**The Safe OnLine Outreach Society is a federal charitable organization (Canada #86021 9641 RR0001) and a registered non-profit society (British Columbia #S45067).