Bring Your Interventions Into A New Dimension: Free Webinar on AR and VR use in a Child Life Program

SpellBoundAR Webinar

You gotta love the power of technology and its ability to distract and keep kids calm during painful medical procedures. Don’t miss this FREE webinar, presented by SpellBound.

When: Thursday, February 15th, 2018

Time: 10am-11am PST

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“We’re in the middle of a big wave of virtual reality right now… and augmented reality is another big wave coming right on its heels.” – Child Life Technology Leader

Child Life teams around the US are using 3D technology like augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR) as interventions to decrease trauma and perception of pain for their patients, and to provide better patient experience. How are they using these cutting-edge technologies to provide an alternate focus and to motivate patients? And how can other Child Life teams better serve their patients by adopting AR or VR?

In this webinar, SpellBound’s founder and CEO Christina York and Chief Relationship Officer David Nesbitt will cover important topics including:

• What are augmented reality (AR) and virtual reality (VR)?

• Use cases for AR and VR from Child Life teams

• How to advocate for funding for 3D technology

• Best practices for implementing AR and VR for your patients

As a thank you, we’ll be giving all attendees a FREE tool that helps you advocate for funds for AR tools, and a special discount code for a trial package of SpellBound tools.

To learn more about Spellbound, check out their website and be sure to follow them on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram.

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