In the Media
Elaine has shared the story of her son’s video addiction with various media outlets including television, radio, print, on line and podcasts.
By: Julie Jargon, Family and Tech, Aug. 27, 2019
For one young man, videogames helped him deal with anxiety but nearly derailed his college career; how he and his mom fought back.
Gaming disorder now a disease according to WHO
July 4, 2019
Video games seem to have a way of transcending culture, language, and geography – and many people use them as a way to connect with others, especially online. But there’s a darker side to consider, one that Elaine Uskoski knows well.
When video games take over
Rita Celli, Jun 27, 2018
The New Family Podcast
How This Young Man Recovered from Video Game Addiction
Brandie Weikle – June 3, 2019
Elaine and Jake Uskoski are here to share their experience with Jake’s video game addiction. They’ve started to share their story to help other families learn to identify where enthusiasm for digital play crosses into unhealthy territory and what it takes to come out of it when video games have taken over a young person’s life. Elaine has also written about this candidly in her book, Seeing Through the Cracks.
By Matthey Strader, June 10, 2019
Elaine Uskoski was a Caledon resident for 30 years, where she raised her two adult sons. The author and health practitioner battled video game addiction with one of her sons, and now, has written about the experience, and shares it with others to build awareness and prevention.
Warning signs for gaming addiction
Dealing with your Child’s Video Gaming
Jill McPherson – June 4, 2018
Host Jill McPherson talks with Elaine Uskoski, author of the book “Seeing Through the Cracks.” The book is a true story about Elaine’s son going through video game addiction for many years.