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Virtual Reality

Tailored for aged care providers

Book a Trial Session

$199, 8 participants for an hour

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"Absolutely fantastic, I'm ecstatic!"

Freda, Age: 80

Permanent aged care resident, a weekly visitor to her facilities NomadVR sessions.

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“ The most inspiring activity I have ever seen. Words cannot express the joy experienced with both the subject and the facilitators who have broadened my outlook immensely. Thank you”

Carmel,

Permanent aged care resident, now avid VR traveller.

“It's a wonderful world out there & only when you see it, you'll be flabbergasted!"

Hyacinth, Age: 87

Permanent aged care resident, after her first NomadVR session.

 

“Nomad VR is a creative way to use technology to improve the lives of our residents, allowing them to explore and feel through a unique experience.  It is all about living and not suffering with dementia.”

Jonathan Gavshon | Co-CEO

“As the Director of Nursing, I feel this experience has given our residents a completely new and different level of sensory experience utilising auditory and visual stimulation.”

Kristine Min | Director of Nursing


Virtual Reality (VR) is quite hard to explain, the best way to understand it is to try it. You start by placing the VR headset on. That’s where you enter a whole new world, one that looks and sounds real.

Want to stand in the middle of Tokyo or eyeball a humpback whale beneath the sea or orbit the moon? You can do this with NomadVR.

VR has the power to transport you somewhere, completely beyond the possibilities of the physical. Go on a journey to the depths of the ocean floor or above the clouds, beyond to the furthest reaches of our universe.

With VR, you can go anywhere, see anything you can imagine. This is all achievable using highly immersive head-mounted displays which place you inside a large space giving you full range of motion and the ability to walk around the space freely. Look under objects, walk through a doorway or hop into an elevator. Alternatively, just sit back in a comfy chair and enjoy the view.

What is Virtual Reality?


Research has shown that VR can have positive outcomes for aged care residents; enhancing focused attention, cognition, short and long term memory, mobility, sociability and overall health and wellness. More importantly, for the first time aged care facilities have the opportunity to take bed-bound residents on virtual excursions, taking them to different places around the world.

Why VR in aged care?


How does it work?

If you want the detail, that could be a very long conversation. VR is so amazing, it’s hard to properly wrap your head around it until you’ve tried it. The simplest answer is this: Contact us at NomadVR and we can run you through a demonstration. Once you have experienced VR yourself you’ll understand its possibilities.

We come to you with the headsets and we’ll take you through the various experiences and then you can talk to us and choose what’s right for you and your needs.