Take A Walk
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Disabled residents stop rocking and buckle up in VR —

In 2017, residential and activity center Sydbo and residential offer Ryttervej were introduced to the Take Care VR platform.


The hope was that residents would relax more in VR or otherwise modify behavior in VR.


A hope that was fulfilled and they continue to use the platform.


Changed behavior –


Some residents relax in their muscles and others generally just get more relaxed. There are also those who become more talkative and talk about what they experience in the headset.


When the staff uses the platform, they see that the residents relaxes more and are less tense. They are generally calmer.


It`s easy –


”The control and features work really well. It´s easy to use.”




The process

  • – Introduction
  • – Implementation
  • – Ongoing follow-up
  • – Workshops


  • – Take Care VR platform
  • – VR Headsets
  • – Tablets

What should VR solve?

The challenge

  • – The residents tense up in the body.

How has VR helped?


  • – When in VR:
  • – Relaxes, both verbally and physically
  • – Sharpened concentration
  • – It creates calm in the body
  • – Conversation about VR experiences

Where are they now?

The future

  • – VR will be used even more
  • – Test VR on new residents
  • – All staff must be able to use VR


“For some, it’s good that they can stay calm for the 5 minutes it’s on. So they are not that restless and tense in the body.”

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