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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
Engage in simple, playful activities to work on using/shifting eye gaze during social interactions.
Imitation
Imitate actions and words of a boy. Imitation is a key skill in social, play and cognitive development.
Gestures
Work on nonverbal communication by responding to and using specific gestures in a play narrative.
Street Crossing
Practice a street crossing routine under a variety of circumstances.
Police Safety
Respond to short interactions with a police officer. To build resiliency, there are 18 variations of the scene.
Xylophone
This simple, interactive experience shows Learners who are new to VR that they have agency in the scene.
Breathing Train
Practice mindfulness (through breathing and body awareness) at the train station.
School Social Skills
This module contains a sequence of social skill-building opportunities in various school environments.
Travel Safety
Practice going through a TSA checkpoint at the airport.
Movie Theater
Experience navigating the lobby of a movie theater from the perspective of a patron or an employee.

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.