Virtual Reality in Neuro-Rehabilitation: What Does The Future Look Like?

Join us as we explore how augmented and virtual reality is being used as a therapeutic tool to improve cognitive function.

No longer within the realms of science fiction, virtual reality technologies are advancing neurological and cognitive rehabilitation. Whether it be used in conjunction with transcranial stimulation to improve cognitive ability in people with Parkinson’s disease, or used on its own to deliver telehealth group singing interventions for people with quadriplegia to improve respiratory function, voice, mood, and social connectedness, augmented and virtual reality programs have opened up a new world of research.

Join us to learn about a few unique projects happening here and from around Victoria.

Music Therapy in Virtual Environments

Jeanette Tamplin, University of Melbourne

Virtual Reality Therapy for Youth Mental Health

Greg Wadley and Mario Alvarez-Jimenez, University of Melbourne

Augmented Learning for Rehabilitation

Dale Harris, Deakin University

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This event will take place in the auditorium of the Melbourne Brain Centre, Kenneth Myer Building, 30 Royal Parade, Parkville.