The Opportunities of Virtual Reality in Children's Social Care

Mark Owers writes:

I have always loved kids and I envy the innocence of childhood. I love the way children play for hours with Lego or Sylvania families humming to themselves, the way they dance without self-consciousness, how they lie wondering at a blade of grass, the inquisitive questions they ask and seeing their faces after Santa or the Tooth Fairy has been. I miss being a child.

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