Digital Wisdom: Practical Proven Ways Educators Can Role Model Appropriate Online Behavior This session was presented at the IBPA Conference in San Diego, CA on November 9, 2018 by Sue Scheff. Please contact Sue Scheff if you are interested in this presentation....
Online incivility is on the rise New survey by Weber Shandwick, Civility in America 2018, revealed that the majority of us (84 percent) have faced incivility. Who’s to blame? According to this survey, 56 percent of those who say civility is worsening blame the...
Books When your reputation becomes “Virtually Incorrect” – turn to Google™ Bomb! “Wit’s End!” – A Parent’s True Story and Helpful Resources. From the publishers that brought you the Chicken Soup for the Soul Book Series [...
Sue Scheff is an Author, Parent Advocate, & Cyber Advocate who is concerned with: Parents helping parents and Promoting awareness of cyberbullying and other online issues Founder and President of Parents’ Universal Resource Experts Inc. (P.U.R.E.™), Sue Scheff has...
Sue Scheff is an Author and Parent Advocate. She founded and created Parents’ Universal Resource Expert (P.U.R.E.) in 2001 and for a decade has been helping families with at-risk teens. Her specialty is educating parents on the daunting industry of teen help and...
In an age where sending nudes has become normalized, we must educate young people on how to handle sexual content; sexting. A JAMA Pediatrics study showed that 1 in 4 teens say they’re sexting—witness the sexting scandals that have popped up in small towns across America, from Duxbury, Massachusetts, to Cañon City, Colorado. The activity […]
Study: Kids as young as 10 are being exposed to sexting. When to give your child a cellphone has been a big question for years. There really isn’t any right answer, as it really depends on your child’s level of maturity and responsibility. What we do know is according to a PEW Research survey, 95 […]
Why is the tech talk is more difficult than the sex talk? Your ongoing offline conversations are what helps keep your teen in-check online. It’s important that you don’t loose your cool and keep those lines of communication open, many of us realize this isn’t always easy. “Your teen may always be an app ahead […]
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Dear Sue Scheff,
Thank for your help it’s so hard to find help for children theses days. So when I seen your response it just brighten my day so I just want to say thanks.
Julie L., TX
I wanted to reach out to say thanks for the help. Thanks for taking the time to walk me through your experience and offer me some options. I desperately needed your help and will be forever grateful for the time you spent with me.
Nancy F., FL
Thank you for the help. Since I have been in touch with you and I’m feeling a little more positive about our situation. Thanks for your service.
Teri L., TX
THANK YOU SO MUCH! I found your information so very helpful. I am SOOO GLAD you put that info in a place I could find it! I was searching for parent info that was not put out by the school! If you have any info that could help me, I welcome any knowledge you would care to share!
THANK YOU – God bless!
Thanks for following up, and for readily providing information when I first
inquired. Right now, we’re still sorting out timing and steps to be undertaken for
placement (with current school agreement) and hospital.
Many thanks for the service you provide.
Dear P.U.R.E.™ and Sue,
I just wanted to give you an update. It was unbelievably difficult, but I feel sure that I made the right choice. She is beginning to admit that she has some issues to work on and I can rest assured that she is safe and well cared for. I knew that, if I kept her at home, it was only a matter of time before I would have gotten a call from the police dept., the emergency room or, heaven forbid, the coroner’s office. You may have helped me save my daughter’s life an…
Thank you so much and thank you for your efforts in helping other parents. God bless!
Your statement about my son is on point. He acquainted himself with bad friends. He was averaging 85 one school term then dropped dramatically to a 59 the second term. Thank you so much.
Gloria V., FL
Thank you for all your help and recommendations. We are trying to work with a psychologist and I’ve set up counseling at his present school. Thank you again for all your help. I cannot thank you enough for your honesty. God Bless. Keep up the good work.
Mrs. M., FL
Dear Sue Scheff,
Thank you so much. It is interesting to know that we are not alone. And although I wish that no one would have to go through what we are going through, it is nice to know that there are so many others that are having similar difficulties and can offer support.