Being virtual creates new potential

Being and interacting in a virtual environment opens new potential for being to people suffering from disabilities.

A new paper published in Rehabilitation Nursing finds that virtual interaction in Second Life is found to increase empowerment and feelings of self-worth in users suffering from disabilities, by moving beyond the limitations and constraints of their disabilities

Second Life Improves Quality Of Life For Disabled Users.

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