Research shows that children with autism can often more quickly relate to a humanoid robot than with an adult because of their mechanical inclinations. Using a robot for autism therapy uses the strengths of children with autism to help them learn the social and behavioral skills they lack.
No, Milo was designed to augment autism therapy provided by professionals and teachers.
Milo engages each child and delivers research-based curriculum that helps them develop understanding, practice and application of each concept. He intrinsically motivates children to learn.
Yes! Milo is a facially expressive, social, humanoid robot. Children can more easily learn these concepts from Milo because he can deliver this instruction with absolute consistency and repetition.
The teacher or therapist acts as the facilitator with Milo and the child.
Absolutely not! Milo is extremely easy to use. Customers receive access to content material to assist in configuration and optimal use.
Yes, Milo animates and speaks.
Milo’s hardware is designed to last three years. With the subscription service we offer, we will replace your robot after three years of utilization.
Robots4Autism goals include:
Customers have indicated that results have been seen within 1-4 months!
No, Milo does not record visual sessions. He does have a camera that will act as a mirror during certain lessons within the program. However, data IS recorded to reflect progression via a dedicated web portal.
At this time, we are selling Milo and the Robots4Autism curriculum primarily to districts and therapy centers. If you are a parent, relative or caregiver of a child with autism and would like him or her to benefit from working with Milo, please let your school or therapy center know that you would like them to purchase Robots4Autism. We are also happy to reach out to the facility your child attends. If you’d like to provide us with a referral, please fill out this form.
If you are a school, clinic or other institution that works with children with autism, please contact 800-494-1206 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Yes, some of our schools use students who may have other social or emotional diagnosis.
Yes! Children love the group activities and they are a great way to engage children with autism, socially.
Yes. Please see the pre-requisites here.