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Leslie Dixon

Leslie Dixon

Dive into the adventure of parenting with Leslie Dixon. Former school nurse turned superhero puberty coach,  Leslie knows that navigating awkward convos with your kiddos can be like riding a rollercoaster.

Join her vibrant community, once Birds & Bees Connection, where we turn "uncomfy" into "unbelievably fun." Let's celebrate the quirks, giggles, and growth together—puberty's a wild ride, and we've got your back!

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Nurse Leslie was amazing. So approachable and explained in an age-appropriate manner. It was such a special opportunity to do this with her girlfriends, so they all learned together. Thank You!

– Tammy –

Both my daughter and I loved the class. Your approach and personality were exactly what the girls needed to feel comfortable about puberty and periods. You made the environment comfortable for the girls and moms. It was a great conversation to have in a group setting. Thank!

– Stacey –

On behalf of our 5th-grade moms and daughters’ group, I just wanted to thank you for your time and leadership. I have been getting positive feedback from the families participating in the sessions. I know that Leah and I found the time very valuable and will continue discussing all the topics.

– Julie –

Great class! I loved the ease and comfort you made the girls feel. You normalized what can be so scary. My daughter and I both thank you.

– Stephanie-

The class was uplifting and totally refreshing. I wasn’t expecting such a positive experience. It was a pleasure to see our girls express themselves and easefully talk about things that were concerning to them. By the completion of the class, the girls and moms felt so much more comfortable with both puberty and periods and felt much better about future conversations. 

– Nina –

It was a positive experience for my daughter and me. You created a fun and creative environment of critical thinking and positivity. I’m now prepared and feel comfortable having future conversations with my daughter. Thank you so much! 

– Sonja –

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What Parents & Tweens Need To Know About Digital Literacy

January 20, 20232 min read

What is Digital Literacy? “The ability to use information and communication technologies to find, evaluate, create, and communicate information requires cognitive and technical skills and following digital culture norms and netiquette. 

How does that apply to youth and the utilization of electronics and other platforms? As parents must understand, the use of electronics is part of today’s lexicon, beginning at a very early age. 

I’ve chosen not to use this blog to address its positive or negative merits but to share tools to help parents and young people navigate Digital Literacy. 

  1. Set limits - depending on the child’s age, take the opportunity to engage your child’s critical thinking skills by involving them in setting limits. 

    • You set the parameters, ask for your child’s input, and negotiate a solution that creates a win/win solution.

    • Help them to understand why it’s important to set limits when it comes to electronic use.

    • You can give examples of other limits in their lives.

  2. Set an example - We often accuse our children of being addicted to their electronic devices, but adults are often as addicted as their children. You are the mirror, and they will pick up on your cues. 

    • When you come into the house, unplug

    • Dinner time unplug

    • If your child needs to talk with, you unplug

    • When you’re driving in the car, unplug, use it as a time to connect, and have teachable moments.

  3. Address Digital Footprint - help your child to understand that posts, YouTube comments, and TikTok videos are permanently online, forever, a digital tattoo. 

    • Take a marker and create a tattoo on their arm; if that tattoo were real, it would be with them forever.

    • Let them know that colleges, universities, and future jobs check their digital footprint.

  4. Helping your child to identify credible sources of information 

    • Is the information they quoted current?

    • Is it reputable?

    • Is there an author, and who is it?

    • Where does the information originate? News, research, advertisement, social media applications (IG, Facebook, TikTok)

  5. Final words: besides a lesson on Digital Literacy, they also need

    • Daily physical activity 

    • Remove all electronics from the bedroom-unplug before bedtime.

    • Parents make sure they have a parental control app on their phone (Bark)

    • Stay informed and educated.

Our Self-esteem/Social media and The Bridge classes address Digital Literacy and tools for parents and children to navigate safe use of electronic use. You can find more information on our website at Leslie-dixon.com.  

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