Spirit VR, a VR app designed for immersive wellness experiences, has received accreditation from ORCHA (Organisation for the Review of Care and Health Apps).


ORCHA, which is renowned for thoroughly evaluating digital health technologies, awarded Spirit VR a high score of 77% against an average of 65%, and our professional assurance, usability and accessibility scored 82%. This reflects Spirit VR’s dedication to quality and innovation in healthcare.


The ORCHA review adopts a systematic approach to assessing, accrediting, deploying, and embedding digital health technologies into clinical services and pathways.


Spirit VR exceeded the average score in ORCHA’s comprehensive review process, highlighting the efficacy and reliability of Spirit VR in promoting holistic wellness among users. This positive assessment from ORCHA aligns with Spirit VR’s mission to enhance mental and physical well-being through immersive, personalised experiences.


Spirit VR aims to elevate preventative health and well-being by offering personalised, immersive experiences that empower individuals and healthcare providers to manage better and improve overall wellness. The milestone of Spirit VR being ORCHA-approved marks a major advancement in making VR well-being healthcare solutions more accessible to the public sector.


Our Co-Director, Nicola Honey, says: “We are thrilled to see the dedication and effort put in by our team and collaborators pay off, resulting in SpiritVR receiving such a high score from Orcha Health. This endorsement, along with the favourable score, substantiates our ongoing research on the efficacy of using virtual reality for mental well-being.”


For more information about Spirit VR and its immersive wellness experiences, please visit our mindfulness experience.

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