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The Fatal Vision®️ Opioid experience is a tool used to raise awareness about the devastating impacts on our quality of life associated with the growing opioid crisis. The included activities demonstrate the impact of opioid impairment on a person’s ability to function and the potential consequences associated with that impairment. Use the Fatal Vision® Opioid goggle and the custom designed activities to help promote prevention and awareness initiatives in your schools and communities.
The Fatal Vision®️ Opioid Goggle has three impairment modes and accessories that simulate:
This can be described as a person’s inability or struggle to sustain their focus in their present environment. This results in difficulty managing and completing tasks.
A person that nods out is unresponsive to situations or cues that would typically drive a response – often accompanied by a heaviness in extremities and an unconscious state.
Opioids can cause a person’s pupils to constrict which results in impaired contrast sensitivity – struggles with picking up on visual cues and responding appropriately.
Opioids affect the respiratory system’s intake of oxygen and slow the heart rate, which results in slower movements, reduced strength and a sense of heaviness in the extremities.