Robots4Autism combines the power and engagement of advanced social robotics with a comprehensive curriculum to effectively teach social and emotional behavior and communication skills to students with autism. The Robots4Autism curriculum utilizes the principles of ABA and evidence-based practices with automated progress reporting to support the understanding and development of appropriate social skills. The curriculum is delivered via Milo, a facially expressive humanoid robot who engages students with ASD at rates as high as 87% versus only 3% with a human therapist or teacher. The combination creates powerful learning outcomes and structured generalization of skills.
211 N Ervay St, Dallas, TX, United States
211 North Ervay Street Dallas Texas 75201 US
Advocacy, Education, Social