We want you to know that Floreo remains operational in all company business aspects. While we continue to take all necessary and immediate precautions designed to protect our employees, their families, and our communities, we are fully capable of continuing to meet the needs and expectations of our users.
In the wake of school and clinic closings and the switch for many to remote work, you may be wondering how to keep up the practice of social, behavioral, and life skills for your clients, students, or children. Floreo is a powerful tool in-person in classes or in a therapy setting. Building on this, we are proud to announce that we have built Floreo to include a teletherapy capability.
We are thrilled to announce the release of a series of lessons designed to practice identifying, responding to, and de-escalating bullying. Our patented, immersive VR lessons give the Learner the opportunity to practice responding to a bully in a safe, realistic, and repeatable environment.
Our newest lessons will give the Learner an opportunity to recognize a bullying situation as well as take steps to deescalate/respond to the encounter. Immersive VR gives the Learner the opportunity to practice responding to a bully in a safe, realistic, and repeatable environment. We will send an announcement once these lessons are available in the Floreo app!
Technology is rapidly changing how we learn and grow. We believe that the value of immersive technology is clear: It helps companies, educators, and training providers prepare workers more effectively and quickly by providing an efficient way for people to acquire the skills they need for jobs in our rapidly changing economy.
We are excited to share that we just released four lessons.
In Look & Find, Learners will enjoy joining Emma to explore, practice, and learn about responding to a communication partner’s shift in eye gaze in a fun and engaging environment.
Take some extra time to practice these skills with our new Winter Look & Find lessons which take place in a visually enticing snowy forest.
For the past year, high school student Adam Ayroso has been using Floreo as part of his research for the National Regeneron STS Talent Search Competition. He recently submitted his paper Applying Virtual Reality Therapy as an Anxiety-Reducing Treatment for Special Needs Children to be judged.
We are so impressed by Adam’s diligence and can’t wait to hear the results from the competition. You can read Adam’s submission here.