We realize this by opening a door to a whole new perspective, using virtual reality. For example, parents can now experience the impact of domestic violence on their children in ‘Don’t Forget Me’. A powerful experience that has proven to bring about effective change in training and education. Not only in training parents, but also for students and professionals. In a similar way – in “I Want To Go Home” – students and professionals can feel how a person with intellectual disability experiences daily life. This experience is eye-opening and encourages self-reflection and change. After a successful pilot including ten governmental and healthcare organizations, this experience is being rolled out in the training and education of thousands of students and professionals.