Prospective adopters use technology to see the reality of childhood trauma

Nina Jacobs
Tuesday, March 31, 2020

Virtual reality technology used to improve understanding of child trauma.

VR headsets give professionals an immersive, first-hand insight into the lives of children who experience abuse or neglect. Picture: Cornerstone Partnership
VR headsets give professionals an immersive, first-hand insight into the lives of children who experience abuse or neglect. Picture: Cornerstone Partnership

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