Virtual Reality Makes Children With Autism Comfortable With New Places

You may have seen or heard about Virtual Reality recently – mostly about how real and entertaining it can be. A specialist care facility in Berkshire, England is taking advantage of VR and using it to make children with Autism comfortable with new places and environments. Children with sensory issues find it overwhelming to go to busy places or transition to a new place. Virtual Reality allows them to experience new places without having to get out of their routine and comfort zone.

Watch the video below to learn more about how Virtual Reality is being used at this facility.

Source: Reuters

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