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Helping stroke survivors translate VR into real life

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"Our ambitions are in delivering improvements for them with their aphasia."

“Sat on elephant. Swam on turtle. Dancing in Tardis.”

While this may sound like something from a particularly crazy dream, for stroke survivors, this is a reality - or rather virtual reality - which is delivering measurable benefits to their recovery.

Through accessing EVA Park, the world’s first multi-user online world, people with aphasia across the globe are being given unique opportunities to re-learn and practice their speech, while also developing social connections and confidence.

So while social interactions and venturing out to the shops may seem a daunting prospect in everyday life, in EVA Park, users can enjoy a carefree trip to the hairdresser, bar or disco, or even go dancing in the Tardis, should they wish.

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