Mercy Connect and John Richards Centre collaborate on VR project

Ellen Ebsary
By Ellen Ebsary
Updated October 13 2020 - 8:04am, first published 4:50am
NEW OUTLOOK: Mercy Connect's Trent Dean and Caroline Cummins, and Irene Blackberry are working on the VR project. Picture: MARK JESSER

Virtual reality training for carers to build empathy for people living with disabilities is being piloted by a disability support provider, entrepreneurs and researchers.

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