We’re at a critical juncture in our children’s relationship with technology. Time spent with technology can distract them, sap their attention and disconnect them from what makes us uniquely human — or it can be used to support their health, well-being and productivity.
Read the following Op-Ed written by Arianna Huffington and Alexis Glick on Thrive Global here.
You can also review a PDF of the Youth Survey Report Summary here.
13-year-old, Brody Canning, attends the 8th grade at Hickory Middle School in Chesapeake, Virginia and was part of the student focus groups that GENYOUth and Thrive Global commissioned in advance of GENYOUth’s Inaugural Youth Survey on Trends in Health and Wellness. Brody is a longtime participant in GENYOUth’s flagship physical activity and healthy eating program, Fuel Up to Play 60, and loves playing sports.