Good Manners in the Digital Age: Phone Etiquette

It’s hard enough to pry our children away from their devices, but it’s also important that they know how to interact respectfully on their phones and other devices. Dr. Sarah Garwood, from St. Louis Children’s Hospital, goes over how to teach our kids proper phone etiquette. From texting to calls, ensure your kids master all forms of communication.

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