How Can You Use RAI To Support Children During Summer Months

MOVIA Robotics has developed an exciting and innovative way to address the educational challenges that autistic children and their families face when not in school. Using Robot-Assisted Instruction (RAI), MOVIA has created a unique software program and curriculum for children with special needs and autism to be easily used in the home on a daily basis. 

The HomePal system implements three modalities including the Kebbi robot (for interaction and instruction), a child-directed tablet (for inputting responses), and a parent-controlled laptop. 

The benefits of using robots for sale for adults system include, but are not limited to:

Learning Consistency: The HomePal provides a visual, tangible method of learning that is clear and consistent. This helps to give structured predictability so that your child knows what to expect within each lesson and can better anticipate what is coming next. The system also stores data from each activity so parents can track their child’s progress. 

Personalized Instruction: MOVIA’s HomePal learning system can be tailored to each child’s individual skill level and academic need. Lessons can include but are not limited to, activities of daily living like brushing teeth and getting dressed, as well as academic-based instruction like recognizing letters and identifying sounds in words. The team at MOVIA works directly with each family to ensure individualized attention and configuration of each skill and activity session. The system also stores data from each activity so parents can track their child’s progress. 

Reinforcement of Positive Behaviors: Children thrive in a learning environment that is both engaging and encouraging. The HomePal provides non-judgmental instruction while giving positive feedback throughout each learning session. The HomePal can even be uniquely programmed to cheer on your child using his or her favorite phrase or saying and calling him or her by name.