The Endeavour Foundation uses virtual reality to teach people with disabilities life skills.
Some people with disabilities may have problems with some everyday life tasks.
For example, taking money out from an ATM (Automated Teller Machine).
Or catching public transport.
The program allows users to practice real-life situations in a safe environment.
With a virtual reality headset on the user feels like is using a real ATM.
Endeavour says that many people with disabilities are daunted by ATMs.
Many have never used one.
The virtual reality program lets them practice in a safe place.
They are not at risk of losing real money.
Other VR scenarios teach users to be safe around public and private transport.
The simulation guides the user what to do when dealing with trains and cars.
If the user fails to follow safe procedures, he or she gets bounced back to the beginning.
The next goal for the Endeavour Foundation is to help develop skills needed to work.