The Curriculum

The Next Generation of Intervention Tools

Therapists, educators, and para-professionals use Milo, Robots4Autism’s humanoid social robot, together with traditional intervention methods to help individuals with ASD reach their developmental goals. Innovative robot-generated instruction teaches social understanding and improves a learner’s ability to use social behaviors in natural contexts. The objectives of robot interventions include learning to pick up on emotions, express empathy, act more appropriately in social situations, self-motivate, and generalize in the population. The Robots4Autism curriculum is available for elementary and middle school. Robots4Autism is available on both the Android Play Store and iOS App Store.


Benefits of Robots4Autism

  • Designed around the academic and mechanical strengths of individuals with ASD
  • Quick engagement
  • Intrinsically motivates children to learn
  • Simple for facilitator and learner to use
  • Consistently delivered lessons – robots do not get frustrated
  • Produces observable increases in eye contact, body language and friendliness
  • Documents and records sessions for later review and inclusion in IEPs

Download the Robots4Autism Scope & Sequence.




Greetings, Talking, Resolving Problems



Identifying, Interpreting, Predicting, Acting Out, Responding



Meanings, Emotions, Interpretation

The Learner Experiences…


…a unique opportunity to interact with and learn from a social robot.



…consistently delivered lessons and increased opportunities to practice social interaction in a safe environment.



…unparalleled human-like expressions, gestural bodies, eye/face tracking and conversational artificial intelligence.



…using the accompanying tablet software, watch video of real life social situations.



Results with Milo

  • Self-regulation skill development
  • Decrease in disruption/inattentive behavior
  • Increase in time on task and opportunity to learn
  • Increase in generalization
  • Increase communication and social interaction