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HomeAgain VR

Stay Connected!

Sharing Stories

Travelling the World

"She told me all about her kids and how much she loves gardening and reading."

-Carol, Stay Connected volunteer

"We went to the Eiffel tower! It's wonderful that you can see it together."

-Lyta, Stay Connected user

Building Friendships

"Last week we did an Egypt tour. We're doing England this week since he's always wanted to see Europe."

-Alex, Stay Connected volunteer

"Stay Connected"

Our Stay Connected initiative is for everyone, and we are offering it for free through the end of 2020. Users can access our program via tablets, smartphones, laptops, and VR headsets.

 

When you sign up with us, you unlock access to dozens of beautiful visual tours of world destinations, museums, and safaris, along with a team of "travel buddies" who will guide you through them. These travel guides are our volunteers, who donate their time to act as both companions and docents. If you are interested in becoming a volunteer, please see the "Volunteer" section.

Who We Are

Welcome to our page! HomeAgain is a nonprofit organization that uses technology to bring together people of all ages, abilities, and income levels. We envision a world where everyone has access to human connection.

Our History

HomeAgain VR was founded in 2018 with the mission of bringing immersive tech to older adults as a form of enrichment. Since then, we have visited dozens of senior living communities within the Puget Sound region to offer VR activities to their residents. The result has been hundreds of smiles, laughs, and even tears of joy when someone is immersed in a location that has meaning to them.

Accessibility is at the heart of everything we create. Although our Stay Connected program is for people of all ages, we put great effort into designing user-friendly adventures for people with little to no experience using technology.

 
 
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©2020 HomeAgain VR Foundation

Phone: 360 - 797 - 5214

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