Floreo is led by CEO and co-founder Vijay Ravindran. Vijay is an Amazon veteran (1998-2005), who led product and engineering for Amazon’s consumer ordering technology including the launch of Amazon Prime. He’s also the father of a child on the autism spectrum. The idea for Floreo started with his son’s first experience using virtual reality.
Celebrate the Children
Celebrate the Children is one of the first schools to use the DIR® model to fulfill the requirements of the NJ Core Curriculum Content Standards.
Center for Autism Research (CAR) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia
CAR is a collaborative effort between Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) and the University of Pennsylvania (UPenn) with a three-part mission to discover the causes of autism in order to develop better treatments, support families affected by ASD, and provide world-class training for the next generation of master clinicians and scientists.
Centria Healthcare’s Autism Services
Centria Autism is a nationally recognized provider of Autism support and ABA therapies. Centria provides comprehensive support to families in need of behavioral planning and intervention related to Autism Spectrum Disorder.
Montgomery County Police Department
The Autism/Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities (IDD) Outreach Unit at the Montgomery County Police Department is committed to educating and bringing awareness of Alzheimer’s, Autism, Intellectual Disabilites, and Down Syndrome to the community and to officers, while also providing resources to loved ones of those with one of these conditions.
Floreo’s immersive virtual reality platform is unique in that it allows a parent or therapist to directly observe the learner’s experience, and to provide interactive guidance and feedback in real time…We see significant potential for this intervention to be developed and applied in ways that have meaningful, positive impacts on real-world social, adaptive, and other important skills for individuals with ASD.
Joseph McCleery, PhD, Center for Autism Research (CAR) at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia