We are proud to announce the release of the first 6 lessons we have developed with the State of Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities. These first 6 lessons focus on traveling on public transportation and give the Learner the opportunity to practice many aspects of the bus riding experience. We can't wait to hear what you think of them!
We are humbled by the outpouring of support in response to the Floreo profile in The New York Times. We are grateful for the opportunity to share more about our work with their readership. If you have found your way to this weekly mailing list from there, welcome!
If social-emotional learning is part of your summer school, camp, social skills group, or clinical practice curriculum this year, we think you'll find that Floreo lessons fit the bill. Whether it is emotional regulation skills, relationship building, or understanding complex interactions like bullying, there is something for everyone in the Floreo lesson library. As you are considering way to engage and motivate your Learners, virtual reality is an appealing and innovative tool that is making a difference for many already! We would love to discuss deploying Floreo for you and your Learners!
We are hiring! We are looking for a software engineer with experience using Unity to join our talented and dynamic team. If you or someone you know is interested, please use the button below to apply via LinkedIn. We appreciate you sharing the job posting with your networks! Apply here.
We love hearing from our customers. Whether it is suggestions for lessons, data reporting capabilities, research collaborations, or just an anecdote or two, our team is always inspired by the work you are doing. We are excited to share a little bit about one of our customers, California Psychcare, this week. If you are interested in being spotlighted next, please let us know!
California Psychcare discovered Floreo at the beginning of the COVID-19 Pandemic when their behavioral treatment and adaptive skills training services transitioned from being almost exclusively in-person to a remote telehealth model. As their talented and dedicated clinicians began adapting to the new normal, they knew it was important to maintain the same level of care to which their clients were accustomed in-person. Their research into technology and tools to help support their clients remotely led them to Floreo. Clinical Supervisor, Elizabeth Pascual, M.S., BCBA described her first impression of the system: “We were immediately impressed by the catalog of lessons and compelled by how interactive the Floreo world was. During this time when people were being sequestered into their homes, the world of Floreo seemed like it was opening doors.”
For any teachers or schools who haven't tried Floreo yet, summer is a great time to do it! Add almost 200 immersive, engaging experiences to your summer curriculum. A summer school or summer camp roll out is a great way to get familiar with Floreo before implementing it in your larger classroom in the fall!
We are thrilled to announce that we were chosen as one of eight members of the 2022 KidsX Accelerator. We join the seven other pediatric-focused digital health companies who were invited to participate from a pool of more than 150 applicants after a series of interviews, diligence, and KidsX Selection Day – a live virtual pitch event for KidsX Member organizations to meet and vote on the companies that solve top problems at their organizations. The KidsX Accelerator’s applicants, interviewees, and cohort represent a diverse group of healthcare solutions by diverse leadership.