Preliminary Evaluation of the Virtual Reality Pilot Programme: The Cornerstone Partnership


This study provides summary findings from a preliminary evaluation of the Cornerstone Partnership’s Virtual Reality Programme (CVR), which aimed to improve outcomes for children in care and children who have experienced attachment-related trauma.

Virtual reality technology is used to give professionals trauma-awareness training. Picture: Cornerstone Partnership
Virtual reality technology is used to give professionals trauma-awareness training. Picture: Cornerstone Partnership

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