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Ebony-VR based in Riverdale, GA Ebony-VR is a Sub-division of ESL

Ebony-VR provides virtual reality therapy to assisted living facilities and other aged adult communities. Our product helps aging seniors keep their brains active and engaged, as an alternative to traditional activities. By offering facilities access to virtual reality services, we help residents achieve positive therapeutic health benefits. We strive to help seniors live their best lives in their twilight years.

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Virtual reality (VR) isn’t a technology of the future anymore—it’s a technology of now. It’s a powerful force in many of today’s most important industries—including senior and patient care.

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Earl Leach, an entrepreneur in Atlanta, is using VR in nursing homes to help residents experience places new and old, aiding recall, and providing much-needed relief from the monotony of assisted living. “Our focus is providing VR experiences to the Aged Adult community. We bring the necessary equipment to the facility. We work closely with the facility staff and families to identify the appropriate experiences. Research has shown it to be a positive experience which adds to the quality of their lives.
– Charlie Fink, Contributor Consumer Tech for Forbes 10/25/17

At Ebony-VR, we’ve seen the power of VR as it helps aging patients dealing with the effects of Alzheimer’s and dementia. Research has shown it to be a positive experience that adds to the quality of their lives and helps them become more communicative. It’s engaging and exciting, providing sensory stimulation and cognitive focus designed to improve mood and engage the mind. Through VR and similar technologies, we’ve helped bring this much-needed experience to seniors from all walks of life.
Share memories
Seniors can revisit their childhoods by viewing images of their homes, towns and neighborhoods.
Decrease loneliness
Virtual reality is an excellent tool to decrease social isolation among seniors.
Explore the unknown
Seniors can travel to places they have long hoped to visit without ever leaving their seats.

Virtual Reality (VR)

A realistic and immersive simulation of a three-dimensional environment, virtual reality uses interactive software and hardware controlled by the body’s own movements.

Augmented Reality (AR)

AR offers a live direct or indirect view of a physical and real-world environment in which elements are augmented by computer-generated sensory input, including sound, video, graphics or GPS data.

Mixed Reality (MR)

Mixed reality pertains to the merging of real and virtual worlds to produce new environments and visualizations, where physical and digital objects co-exist and interact in real time.

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Wondering if virtual reality is right for your residents? We can’t wait to bring the benefits of VR, AR and MR to you and your patients. Our services are meant to be a unique, beneficial experience for each person. Call today at 919-519-2978 or contact our team online. We work closely with facility staff and residents’ families to identify the best experiences for their personality and condition.