A NON-THREATENING WAY FOR ASD LEARNERS TO LEARN AND PRACTICE SOCIAL, EMOTIONAL, AND BEHAVIORAL SKILLS.
Milo the robot is a facially-expressive, advanced social robot designed specifically to teach children with ASD behavioral and social skills. He can walk, talk and even model human facial expressions. Milo never gets frustrated or tired. He consistently delivers lessons in a way that learners with ASD respond to. This recurring positive experience creates an environment in which learners can learn and thrive. Milo, coupled with the Robots4Autism curriculum, helps learners improve their social and behavioral skills and gain the confidence they need to succeed academically and socially.
Using the Robots4Autism program, individuals with ASD learn to:
- Tune in on emotions
- Express empathy
- Act more appropriately in social situations
- Generalize in the population
Download the Lifelong Impact infographic to learn more!
MILO SAVES TRILLIONS IN LIFETIME AUTISM COSTS
When children are introduced to Milo and the Robots4Autism curriculum, they learn valuable social and emotional skills that they will use not only in the classroom, but throughout their lives. These life skills help them to become self-sufficient and thriving members of society, reducing the need for special accommodations like
- Health Services
- Public Assistance
Missed meeting Milo at NASDSE? You can still meet Milo in person at the OCALICON Conference in Columbus, Ohio, from November 15ththough 17th. Robots4Autism will also be offering discounted pricing for Milo and the Robots4Autism program during the conference.