Success Stories

We’re honored that so many school districts and therapy centers use Robots4Autism to teach social skills to their students. Take a look at how just a few of them are using Milo the robot to increase the learning performance of students with autism.

Milo helps Children in St. Charles School District 303

Kane Country Chronicle covers Milo’s work in Illinois with St. Charles school district 303. Milo assists several students between elementary and middle school with developing basic social awareness. During the Innovators in Education conference, Superintendent Don Schlomann learned about…

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Milo in the Wild: Dance Party in Vancouver, British Columbia

Rebecca Vincent, a teacher from Vancouver, British Columbia recently tweeted RoboKind about her student and Milo having a dance party after completing their first lesson together. Vincent’s student is one of several that work with Milo to learn social behaviors that individuals with Autism…

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Wisconsin Teachers Testimonials

Six weeks ago, two Milwaukee-area school districts added a new assistant to their Special Education classrooms.  These are the stories of their implementations and successes with their students. Want More Information? * = Required Name* First Last Email* I am a…*== Choose One…

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Poplar Grove Middle School, Franklin, TN

Milo, was donated to Poplar Grove Middle School where he’s helping children develop social skills After just a month, the kids call him their friend. Poplar Grove Middle is the first school in Tennessee to test Milo in the classroom.   Originally aired on News Channel 5 Want More…

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Rocky Bay, Perth, WA Australia

Rocky Bay is the first disability services provider in WA to pilot using a robot with facial expressions to help children living with autism. Milo is the latest new technology being used by Rocky Bay in support of children on the autism spectrum. From Rocky Bay, “The Milo trial is a very…

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Spartanburg, SC Case Study Executive Summary

CASE STUDY: Children with autism in Spartanburg (SC) show  dramatic improvement with Milo, the social robot. EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Bottom Line The McCarthy Teszler School in Spartanburg, SC, discovered that a humanoid robot named Milo was an extremely effective way to engage their students with autism…

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Children’s Therapy Works (GA)

Children’s Therapy Works focuses on the continuing development of children until the Age of 21. Providing a variety of therapies and programs for people with special needs they added Robots4Autism and Milo to their program to better facilitate social and emotional learning with their clients…

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Octorara Primary Learning Center (PA)

As an autism training and consultation (TaC) provider with the Chester County Intermediate Unit in Pennsylvania, Amy Fichter does her research when introducing new intervention methods to staff members.

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Davidson County Schools (NC)

In the Davidson County Schools, 6.3 percent of the exceptional children are autistic, and this district is the first in North Carolina to use Milo to serve these students.

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McCarthy Teszler School (SC)

Drawing from 76 schools across 7 local districts, McCarthy Teszler provides services for special education students from preschool through early adult whose needs can’t be met effectively in their home schools.

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