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“Floreo uses virtual reality to meaningfully impact individuals with Autism”

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Floreo is leveraging the power of Virtual Reality to develop a supplementary method of teaching social and communication skills for individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Our library of lessons is fun and engaging for the learner, while also providing a supervising adult the opportunity to monitor and track the learner’s progress. Floreo is currently being used by schools, therapy practices, and parents. Floreo’s lessons are science-based; we are currently running several research studies including a study in collaboration with the Center for Autism Research at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia and National Institutes of Health.

Powered by VR
immersive & repeatable,
providing context difficult to
replicate in home or office

Powered by VR
immersive & repeatable,
providing context difficult to
replicate in a home or office

 

Supervised Experience
parents & therapists can help
guide the progress of the learner in
a fun & engaging way

Supervised Experience
parents & therapists can help
guide the progress of the learner in
a fun & engaging way

Affordable
mobile VR price point makes it
an accessible therapy
supplement that is
tele-teaching ready

Affordable
mobile VR price point makes it an
accessible therapy supplement that
is tele-teaching ready

Data Collection
automated capture & analysis of
previously unavailable data

Data Collection
automated capture & analysis
of previously unavailable data

We are constantly looking for tools to help us accelerate our students’ learning. From our initial meeting with Floreo leadership, we recognized the potential benefits to all students  – Michael Cordell, School Leader KIPP DC: The Learning Center

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Lessons to Build Real World Skills

Our learning tool’s ever-growing content is based on established social and communication techniques intended to help individuals with ASD build real world skills. Specifically, we are developing content for learning discrete social behaviors, managing planned and unplanned events, and improving sensory and emotional regulation.

Lessons to Build Real World Skills

Our learning tool’s ever-growing content is based on established social and communication techniques intended to help individuals with ASD build real world skills. Specifically, we are developing content for learning discrete social behaviors, managing planned and unplanned events, and improving sensory and emotional regulation.

Joint Attention
The Learner enters a Safari Park and uses eye gaze to engage in social interactions. The interactions target: understand cause/effect; respond to sound; visually track; follow a point; respond to joint attention; initiate joint attention.
Imitation
This ABA-inspired modules include 6 modules, broken into 34 lessons. The Learner interacts with a child Avatar, initially imitating the Avatar, and then performing actions/repeating words which the Avatar can imitate.
Gestures
This module moves through a play narrative in which the Learner responds to and/or uses gestures. Gestures include: wave hello, raising hand in order to be chosen, pointing in order to choose, gesturing ‘push’ (on a swing), come over, stop, move.
Street Crossing
Four lessons that help the Learner establish a routine for crossing at a crosswalk. Lessons also target: watch for risky traffic and don’t follow the jaywalker.
School Hallway
The Learner responds differentially to a friendly peer, an unfriendly peer and a subtle/neutral peer. (Dozens more experiences coming soon.)
Hallway Small Talk
Approached by a peer in the school hallway, the learner interprets what the peer means by a particular comment and responds accordingly.
Classroom Social Skills
The Learner chooses a seatmate, shifts attention when the teacher starts class, answers questions by raising a hand, refrains from correcting other students.
Cafeteria Social Skills
In the school cafeteria, the Learner chooses a friendly group to join, joins in the on-going conversation, invites an unfamiliar peer to the table, initiates a conversation, invites an unfamiliar peer to join the group, and introduces 2 other students.
Police Encounters
Two Police Officers ask the Learner a variety of questions. The lessons target: understanding the use of idiomatic expressions, practice responding to similar questions asked in different ways and responding to the questions in the presence of various levels of auditory and visual distractions. There are 19 scenes in these 3 modules.
Halloween
The Learner will practice the critical part of the custom "Trick-or-Treating".
Calming/Alerting Experiences
Four experiences that give the Learner opportunities to regulate their sensory systems by: playing a xylophone using eye gaze, sitting in an aquarium (with and without fish); watching a train move along a track.
Mindful Thinking
The Learner practices breathing and body awareness while relaxed so that the skills can be accessed during times of potential stress. Focused breathing is targeted at the train station. Body awareness is practiced in the Crystal Cave.

Our Partners

Floreo believes in building a premium, science-backed, and tested product. To that end, we have established partnerships with leading research, academic, therapy, and civic partners.

Our Partners

Floreo believes in building a premium, science-backed, and tested product. To that end, we have established partnerships with leading research, academic, therapy, and civic partners.