Virtual Photo Walks EVENTS ARE PART of the Senior Learning Network and Generations Learning, to make a donation to Generations Learning in the USA. Click below.
This project is to allow people using video conferencing tools like zoom.us to be interactive citizens again. Utilizing the hangout feature people are able to visit and interact with smart phone enabled photographers to see places and people they use to. See places and things that they might not have had the chance to see.
Virtual Photo Walks has intergrated with Senior Learning Network and Generations Learning in 47 315448
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- It is a not just a service for those who are hospitalized or cannot go out into the community, but also for the many who just need a break in their day. It is a way to lend a helping hand by providing a window to places and things most of us take for granted, a truly interactive experience.
Latest Virtual Photo Walks
Virtual Photo Walks at Hawaii Volcanoes National Park
Virtual Photo Walks was on the big screen at Shriners Hospital Honolulu with Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Rangers Dean Gallagher, Jessica Ferracane, and Stephen Geiger at https://www.nps.gov/havo/planyourvisi.... We walked into the Kīlauea caldera wish is spectacular. The caldera (a very large crater formed by collapse) is about 2 miles wide and more than 3 miles long.
The Mission Statement
Virtual Photo Walks™ mission is to thus enable those who are immobilized by disability, illness or age to escape their isolation and re-engage with society virtually. Those whom we will service learn to use mobile video chat tools to virtually participate in events in selected locations around the world and then use those same tools to engage with their family and friends and to more efficiently interact with their caregivers.
Enriching the lives of people with significant physical disabilities through programs that encourage outdoor recreation and access to the wilderness.