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Our host Bree James is a proud mum to two boys and five fur babies,  
and the Founder of PakMag, a parenting magazine for families that has  
printed over 3 million copies in the past 12 years.
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Dec 10, 2020

Screen time is just as controversial these days as letting your child eat junk food. But as with anything there are both pros and cons towards your child and technology.

Regardless of your views upon technology, there will soon be a time when your little one starts to notice these devices and wants one for themselves.But when is the appropriate age to give your child their very own device and is it beneficial or harmful towards them?

This week I chat to our guest Stephanie Centofanti, who is a Psychology Academic at UniSA Online, about what things parents should consider before purchasing a device for their child.

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