Take 15 Minutes to Impact Future Generations

The Vulnerable Child in a Digital Age Project is designed to study the connections between early childhood adversity and technology use on well-being.

The first-of-its-kind Vulnerable Children in a Digital Age study will give us an unprecedented opportunity to gain new insights into the effects of technology on health and well-being of children who have experienced challenging starts to life.

Participation in the landmark Vulnerable Children in a Digital Age Project is completely voluntary and confidential. Eligible participants will complete a short questionnaire online. The questionnaire will ask questions about childhood experiences, health, and technology use, and will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. Everything you share will be kept private.

3 WAYS to be a part of the Vulnerable Children in a Digital Age Project

1. Take the parent assessment about your foster, adopted, or biological child (aged 3-18)
*Parents can take surveys for multiple children*
2. Take the individual assessment about your own technology habits
3. Share this opportunity

Take the Survey Today!

OVC Research and Best Practice Symposium

May 8, 2019 in Louisville, KY

Vulnerable Children in a Digital Age: Why Children From Hard Places Are More Susceptible to Harm from Technology and What We Can Do to Help