Experience our Immersive VR Dementia Training Workshops

EXPERIENCE. EMPATHISE. UNDERSTAND

Join our immersive virtual reality workshops to gain better understanding and empathy surrounding dementia. Experience the difference good design can make as you are transported through various locations using our unique visual filter.

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Learn how Dementia DX works

With state of the art virtual reality technology we can transport clients into immersive environments allowing them to better understand some of the challenges those with dementia might face.

Enjoy these amazing benefits

Access to Oculus Quest 2 Headsets

We provide state of the art Oculus Quest 2 Headsets to run our workshops, we ensure that our equipment is cleaned and maintained between each use.

Learn about good dementia design principles

Learn about the principles of good and bad design and how this can be applied to products and spaces to improve the quality of life for those living with dementia.

Workshops provided by Age Scotland

Our workshops are led in partnership with Age Scotland combining our unique VR filter with credible and up to date research into Dementia.

Develop empathy and understanding

Families, care providers and designers can benefit from developing empathy and understanding through our workshops to offer better support and care for those living with Dementia.

EXPLORE A RANGE OF VR SPACES

We have developed care home spaces, bedrooms, bathrooms, kitchens and outdoor spaces to explore within our VR applications.

UNLIMITED NETWORK SUPPORT

We provide continuous network support throughout our workshops as well as making continuous improvements and updates to our software to offer the best experience possible.

What people say about it

The one thing that became very apparent after the training, was how simple changes to someone’s home environment can have a significant impact on the way that somebody with either dementia or with eyesight issues sees their environment.

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Chris Robb                                                       Hillcrest Futures’ Business Development and Improvements Manager

It really got me thinking about all of the experiences I’ve had with people with dementia and the things that I would now do differently just from that one experience. It really gave me so much more insight, and overall it was a fantastic experience.

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Jacqui Treays                                               Hillcrest’s Senior Learning and Development