antser virtual reality
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The immersive nature of the Antser Virtual Reality (VR) programme allows the user to experience the impact of trauma, abuse and neglect through the eyes of the child. Our established programme is a clinically-led, technology enabled behaviour change tool.
Born out of first-hand experience of the social care system, this powerful approach quickly and effectively delivers the knowledge, understanding and empathy that otherwise can take years to develop.
"Powerful as ever"
Proximity is a key driver for empathy. Our VR Programme closely follows the lives of children and young people from pre-birth to adolescence as they experience trauma, abuse and neglect, placing the user at the heart of their experiences through a series of VR immersive films.
“We will continue to explore how this technology can be used to reduce domestic abuse in Redbridge and improve the lives of children and young people.”
The London Borough of Redbridge
our flagship vr webinars: join now for free
Join our webinar to hear how Antser have developed the world’s first Virtual Reality (VR) experience for Children’s Services. The Immersive storytelling VR programme is now used by a host of virtual schools across the UK as well as 46% of local authorities across the UK.
The VR Programme and learning tools are used extensively by teams across the children’s services sector, including early intervention – parenting programme, children centres; health; education; social care – foster care, adoption, children in care teams, youth offending teams, perpetrators, the police, judiciary and frontline NHS teams. Explore our case studies by clicking below:
goldsmiths university research
Following the successful use of VR to increase empathy and perspectives in adoption and fostering, more recently we have piloted the impact of virtual reality technology in interventions used by Children’s Services with perpetrators and survivors of DA to understand its impact and effectiveness for changing attitudes and behaviours.
The report, conducted independently by Goldmiths University shows the outcomes of using VR with perpetrators of Domestic Abuse within the London Borough of Redbridge.
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Would you like to learn more about our Virtual Reality Programme? Fill in your details in order to download our brochure. If you would like to book a call with us, please send us an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
in the press
Explore some of our recent articles about our programme as featured in the national press.