What tools does the Wellbeing feature offer?
When SafeToNet Intelligent Keyboard detects signs of aggression, cyberbullying, ‘Dark-Thoughts’ and other issues associated with digital wellbeing, it offers your child the opportunity to step back and take a breath. This will give the young a chance to stop and assess how these experiences may be affecting their wellbeing while offering tools to empower them to navigate through these events.
The Wellbeing feature offers your child the following tools:
- Emotions Diary – designed as your child’s personal space where they can feel comfortable to expand on the nature of their emotions and put down into words what they are feeling. It is in effect a form of writing therapy that can help them understand their own emotional patterns, make sense of what they are experiencing and reflect whether further support may be needed.
- Breathing exercise – as a grounding practice to help your child take a step away from the digital world and take a moment for themselves to refocus, re-energise and pay more attention to how they are feeling.
- Audio Practices – designed by our team of cyber-psychologists to provide in the moment support as difficult online situations arise. These practices are a point of emotional support, reassurance, and practical advice.
- Wellbeing Keyboard Button – an interactive bubble on your child’s keyboard that alerts your child of detected patterns of emotional distress. It was built as a way to allow your child the opportunity to take a step back and reflect on what they wish to say next, without the regret of saying the wrong thing in the heat of the moment. It prompts the child to reflect on how certain situations make them feel and identify when they may need further support.
- Emotions Wheel – Sometimes even for grown-ups it’s hard to assess how we are feeling, so imagine, how much harder it is for the younger ones to put their experiences into context. The Emotions Wheel was designed as a visual representation to help them pinpoint their emotions.