The Fatal Vision®️ Opioid Program Kit models how opioid abuse depresses the central nervous system, causing divided attention failure, nodding out, contrast sensitivity impairment and a feeling of heaviness in the extremities. These impairments can negatively impact an individual’s health, quality of life, and safety.
After years of development working with drug recognition experts in opioid abuse and addiction, Innocorp is introducing the Fatal Vision Opioid Goggles experience.
By experiencing the behavioral effects of opioid use, participants are more aware of people’s susceptibility and knowledgeable of the severe consequences associated with using opioids.
Download the Fatal Vision® Opioid Goggle app for free at the Apple App Store or the Google Play Store.
HOW THEY WORK
- Divided Attention Failure
- Nodding Out
- Contrast Sensitivity Impairment
- Heaviness and Lethargy
DIVIDED ATTENTION FAILURE
The goggles limit the scope of the input, so participants experience decreased awareness and the impairing effects of recognizing and responding to a limited, narrow field of view while performing a task.
The goggles blackout halfway, then completely, then continue to blackout for more extended periods.
CONTRAST SENSITIVITY IMPAIRMENT
A special film on the goggles reduces the wearer’s ability to distinguish an object from its background at the periphery.
HEAVINESS AND LETHARGY
Wrist weights cause a lack of coordination and sluggishness when performing the associated activities.
- Fatal Vision Opioid goggle covered by a 1-year Manufacturer’s Warranty
- GET IT 2GETHER™️ Home and School Activities
- Wrist weights
- “Opioids Addiction, Overdose and Death” DVD
- In-app educational materials that include instructional videos and user guides
- Germicidal disposable wipes
- Goggle carrying case and Backpack
TRAINING IS IMPORTANT
Set your staff up for success with an onsite training session from a certified Innocorp Trainer.
“Innocorp’s training session gave our staff the confidence and capacity to engage our community with Fatal Vision®️ prevention tools.”
Octavia Marsh, Executive Director, Hanover Cares Coalition