From research report to VR-glasses
How do you make sure that (student) care workers learn to help people who have dementia in a personalized manner? How can you make sure they get the experience they need and that they can put themselves in the shoes of the patient who is battling dementia – even before even getting started in the job? TinQwise Immersive is developing an interactive VR experience with the Trimbos-institute, so care workers can empathize and get a feeling for the assistance they will be providing. That’s the power of immersive learning.
This project, and therefore this case, is still ongoing. Keep an eye on this page for the latest developments and updates!