Screen Sanity Summit


Screen Sanity Summit


Date TBD

START is excited to announce the (first ever!) Screen Sanity Summit, a unique nationwide event that will bring parents together to discuss one of today’s most pressing topics—digital health.

The one-day event features exclusive content from START’s Screen Sanity Group Study, including topics that cover every age and stage of digital parenthood. Expect to hear from experts in the digital field, have rich conversations with parents like you, reflect on the role technology plays in your life and leave with realistic tools for improving your family’s digital health. While content is designed for adults, the Screen Sanity Summit will provide practical ways to talk to your kids about everything from smartphones to social media.

START is proud to partner with a variety of community-based organizations, and we’re especially grateful to our host venue, Church of the Resurrection, for bringing the inaugural Screen Sanity Summit to life.

If you are unable to attend in person in Kansas City, we invite you to join us virtually via Zoom. Even better—gather a group and host a virtual watch party!





Join from anywhere! Register to participate online. See details below.


This event is open to the public and we invite all parents to attend. You must register in advance.

  • Join other parents at one of five Church of the Resurrection campuses in the Kansas City area.

    Click HERE to register!

  • Gather a group and host a watch party from home!

    Click HERE to register with a virtual watch party.

  • Can’t make it to a local gathering? You can still fully participate from right where you are!

    Click HERE to register.

Can’t make it to the Screen Sanity Summit? That’s ok! We have plenty of resources to help create “screen sanity” in your home. Stay up-to-date on the latest from START by signing up for our newsletter, check out our comprehensive list of Parent Resources or host a Screen Sanity Group Study on your own time. Together, we can create a digital health movement.


  • Screentime and finding screen-life balance

  • Navigating a child’s first Smartphone

  • Social Media

  • Online pornography

  • Internet filters and digital safety

  • Unplugging and creating device-free zones



Over the past three years, thousands of people have experienced our work—and 99% of our participants say they would recommend it. While we celebrate this feedback, we are also proud that initial academic research of our program by Children’s Mercy Hospital reports that our program is effective.


Coming together with others who were fighting the same screentime battle was incredibly enlightening. The conversations were life-changing and wouldn’t have happened without the help of the Screen Sanity videos and discussion prompts. I feel hopeful now—not helpless.”