Recess: A Digital, SEL Playground: Autism (ASD)
How a Robot Named Milo Helps Special Needs Students in Pendleton, SC Learn
Closing The Gap Front Page Report: Facially-Expressive, Assistive Robots
Thanks to Marc Hagen at Closing the Gap for featuring RoboKind on the Front Page Report. Read the full article here.
Autism Acceptance: Meet Dan Lance, our Autistic Content Developer
What does Autism Acceptance mean to you? At RoboKind, it means accomodating differences and celebrating neurodiversity.
St. John School is First in North Dakota to Adopt Humanoid Robot to Teach Social Skills
April 4, 2022 - RoboKind, an edtech company creating socially-assistive robotics programs designed to improve outcomes for autistic students, announces a new partnership with St...
What is camouflaging?
Camouflaging, also commonly known as masking, is a concept that many people outside of the autism community are often unaware of, even if they regularly interact with those who..
Gallup-McKinley to Deploy 75 RoboKind Robots Across 33 Schools.
Together with RoboKind, Gallup-McKinley County Schools will deploy 75 robots across 33 schools.
7 Ways To Welcome Neurodiverse Candidates
We all know businesses with talented people are more likely to succeed than companies with below-average talent, and employers are starting to see the notable benefits of having a..
Why We Choose Identity-First Language
Today, Daniel Lance, an autistic team member and Content Developer at RoboKind, discusses his perspective on the debate between person-first and identity-first language, and..
Endrew F. v. Douglas County School Dist. RE–1: Why It Matters
Endrew, a child with autism, became the center of a landmark Supreme Court case that rejected the "merely more than de minimis" standard applied by his school and set a higher..
Robots For Autism Teach Human Emotion
When Jamie Ptacek first locked eyes with her student Isaiah, she was floored.