Informational Videos

Hong Kong Apple Daily covers Milo

Milo’s expressive face and cute dances have caught the attention of Hong Kong’s news reporters. The latest in press mentions comes from HK Apple Daily who ran a spot on Milo during RoboKind’s visit to San Francisco. Pat Nicklen, Chief Product Officer at RoboKind,…

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.

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…

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…

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…

Situational Modules in the Robots4Autism Curriculum

Watch this 30 minute webinar for a closer look at the content of the Robots4Autism Situational Modules and how they help children with autism build and practice their social and behavioral skills.  

Modules in the Robots4Autism Curriculum

Watch this three-minute video for an overview of the four modules that comprise the Robots4Autism curriculum—Introductory, Conversational, Situational and Emotional.  

Evidence-Based Practices in the Robots4Autism Curriculum

During this two-minute video, Dr. Pamela R. Rollins reviews the eight evidence-based practices that are used in the Robots4Autism curriculum to help school-age children with autism practice and develop critical functional social skills.  

Autism Spectrum Disorder and the Robots4Autism Curriculum

This four-minute video provides an explanation of why robot-led intervention is so effective with children with autism. You’ll learn the evidence-based strategies that are used throughout the curriculum to engage and connect with children with autism. You’ll also…

Why Use a Robot to Teach Social Skills to Children with Autism?

The Robots4Autism curriculum and its delivery by Milo the robot is based on research and best practices that show that children with autism are often more comfortable and engaged with robots than when working with a human therapist alone. In these short videos, Pamela…

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