DALLAS, TX — On Feb. 28, MyndVR, the leading provider of Virtual Reality (“VR”) solutions for senior care announced a strategic partnership with Omega Healthcare Investors.
As one of the largest real estate investment trusts (REITs) in senior care, Omega is committed to bringing technology and innovation to its expanding base of operators across the continuum of care in the US and UK. Omega will make MyndVR’s industry-leading portfolio of senior-friendly, therapeutic VR experiences available to nearly 1,000 senior living and skilled nursing facilities.
This three-year partnership will offer Omega’s valued operators access to MyndVR’s vast network of immersive content, state-of-the-art VR headsets, and proprietary care tablets, as the exclusive VR partner of Omega with pricing promotions to all Omega operators. The MyndVR platform includes a bundled subscription plan with monthly content updates across a wide variety of reminiscence, music, art, nature-immersion, meditation, and cognitive programs to help seniors achieve their skilled therapeutic goals.
Taylor Pickett, Omega’s chief executive officer, stated, “We are excited to partner with MyndVR and align our concurrent missions of improving the lives of older adults. We look forward to helping senior care centers deploy this highly engaging and outcome-focused technology.”
At a time when the entire senior living industry is looking for easy-to-administer, time-saving activities that enrich the daily lives of seniors, virtual reality has become a very affordable and highly researched therapeutic tool.
“We are deeply committed to providing VR-based therapeutic solutions that involve interactive content, sensory technology, and measurable outcomes,” said Chris Brickler, CEO and co-founder of MyndVR. “We are thrilled to partner with Omega to expand our reach and scale in improving the lives of hundreds of thousands of seniors.”
MyndVR serves several hundred senior communities across 45 states, Canada, and Australia. Sodalis Senior Living has successfully rolled out MyndVR in 26 communities across Texas and Florida.
“At Sodalis, we have seen an immediate improvement in resident socialization after using MyndVR, as well as an increase in activity engagement with staff,” said Traci Taylor-Roberts, president at Sodalis Senior Living. “It’s exciting because VR represents a game-changing approach to delivering activities and therapies for our residents.”
– This press release was provided by MyndVR