Emerging Technologies: Exploring the health and well-being benefits of using virtual reality with adults living in long-term care communities
aging, older adults, virtual reality, well-being, long-term care homes
This paper describes the findings of a pilot implementation project that explored the potential of virtual reality (VR) technology in recreational programming to support the well-being of older adults in long-term care (LTC) homes.
Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering
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Chaze, F., Hayden, L., Azevedo, A., Kamath, A., Bucko, D., Kashlan, Y., Dube, M., De Paula, J., Jackson, A., Reyna, C., Warren-Norton, K., Dupuis, K., & Tsotsos, L. (2022). Virtual reality and well-being in older adults: Results from a pilot implementation of virtual reality in long-term care. Journal of Rehabilitation and Assistive Technologies Engineering, 9, 1-12. https://doi.org/10.1177/20556683211072384
Chaze, Ferzana; Hayden, Leigh; Azevedo, Andrea; Kamath, Ashwin; Bucko, Destanee; Kashlan, Yara; Dube, Mireille; De Paula, Jacqueline; Jackson, Alexandra; Reyna, Christianne; Warren-Norton, Kathryn; Dupuis, Kate; and Tsotsos, Lia, "Virtual Reality and Well-Being in Older Adults: Results from a Pilot Implementation of Virtual Reality in Long-Term Care" (2022). Emerging Technologies: Exploring the health and well-being benefits of using virtual reality with adults living in long-term care communities. 2.