What Can A Child With Autism Learn From Robot?

Developed in partnership with experts in the field of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and based on a multidisciplinary developmental-behavioral approach leveraging speech-language pathology, occupational therapy, applied behavioral analysis (ABA) principles. 

Meet & Assessment

In this module, students meet the autism robot and play 6 games to determine prerequisite skills for the curriculum.

Robot-Assisted Instruction (RAI) can lead to:

  • Increased Confidence & Improved Learning Readiness
  • Reduced Anxiety & Increased Engagement
  • Achieving Educational & Therapeutic Goals

Emotional Regulation

Here, students explore basic calm down tools before practicing & applying them to social situations. This is one of our most popular modules and can be activated at any time by an educator during moments of emotional dysregulation.

Understanding Conversational Dynamics

Over the course of several sub-modules, students learn common social skills students need to know when having conversations including greetings, conversational dynamics, and leave-taking.

Understanding Emotions

One of the most challenging things students with Autism face is understanding how they are feeling and, more importantly, how to communicate those feelings. Here, students learn about feelings & emotions, before mastering the communication of those emotions.

Understanding Social Situations

Mastering emotions and conversational dynamics are the basis for generalizing social skills to human-to-human interaction. Common social scenarios are played out while the student learns nuances of playdates & birthday parties and reinforce all of the skills they have learned in the program.