SilVR expands VR library with more music and wildlife

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SilVR Adventures is thrilled to expand our VR library with new immersive experiences in music and wildlife. Dive into the rhythm with captivating musical performances and get up close with nature’s wonders. These additions are designed to enhance the joy and well-being of our users, bringing the world to life in new and exciting ways. 🌍🎶🦁🥽⁠

“Nature has never been more accessible yet carefully preserved, serving as an abundant source of inspiration and model to emulate.”

Firstly, we’re thrilled to introduce our latest addition to our VR library, featuring a diverse range of experiences endorsed by Dr. Jane Goodall. These immersive journeys are designed to guide participants on a captivating and educational exploration, bringing them closer to the marvels of the natural world.

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Secondly, we’re delighted to expand the SilVR Adventures VR library with our classical music series. Where older adults can immerse themselves in the enchanting ambiance of beautiful mansions, as delicate notes of classical music fill the air, creating an atmosphere of sublime elegance and refinement.⁠ Experience the intimacy of a live performance as talented musicians transport you to a world of tranquillity and beauty, making every moment a cherished memory.⁠


Much research has shown that engaging with music can provide several benefits for individuals with dementia such as:

💬 Improved communication and self-expression: Music therapy can help dementia patients learn to express themselves through singing, even as their ability to communicate verbally declines. Singing and music can activate different neural pathways and help preserve speech.

💫 Strengthened long-term memory: People with dementia often retain memories and ability to sing songs from their past, even as other cognitive functions decline. Music may tap into parts of the brain less impacted by neurodegeneration.

🙂 Reduced agitation, anxiety, and depression: Music has been shown to reduce behavioural and psychological symptoms of dementia like agitation, anxiety, and depression. It can trigger positive emotions and the release of feel-good hormones.

🧠 Enhanced cognitive function: Music therapy may help improve memory, cognition, daily functioning, and quality of life in people with dementia, potentially by promoting neuroplasticity and brain health.

🗣 Increased social engagement: Music can encourage social interaction, reduce isolation, and help dementia patients engage in group activities and connect with caregivers and loved ones.

💙 Our innovative VR solution allows care teams to use familiar, preferred music that is tailored to the individual’s background and musical preferences, coupled with the truly immersive nature of virtual reality can maximize these benefits for those living with dementia.⁠


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