12 July 2008

SL-Labs in San Francisco Chronicle

SL-Labs recently featured in the San Francisco Chronicle in an article about Second Life healing called, 'Second Life offers healing, therapeutic options for users'. The article outlines various support groups in-world and mentions a variety of people that have contributed group over the years. Autism and Asperger’s are mentioned as well as the work of avatar 'The Sojourner' a multiple stroke survivor who created the "Shockproof Dreams" sim for stroke victims, people with autism and Asperger's syndrome and the people who care for them.

The article is well balanced and offers a glance in to the future of virtual worlds and the way in which they can have value to people real world lives.

Web Article is here:


  1. For a personal story about what SecondLife can mean for social and physical empowerment, check out Alice Krueger's YouTube video,http://youtube.com/watch?v=UV52WRXm1Cg

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