We have some exciting new content coming up in the next few weeks; stay tuned for the release announcement!
In the meantime, it is a great time to consider how Floreo can be useful for you for the rest of 2022. Are you working with a Learner who could benefit from practical life skills like crossing the street? Or maybe your Learner needs some emotional regulation or executive functioning skills practice: Floreo has got you covered. From practicing mindfulness to navigating a physically intimidating interaction with a bully, there is something for everyone in the Floreo lesson library. You can read descriptions of each lesson, goals and objectives for each, and learn more about the targeted audience who can be positively impacted by the lesson. And we love to hear from you too! What lessons would you like to see us build next? Contact us.
THE FLOREO COMMUNITY CONTINUES TO GROW
A warm welcome to our newest partners: Lower Pioneer Valley Education Collaborative (MA), Aacres (WA), and Center for a Happier Life (WA). We look forward to helping you serve the needs of your clients, students, and communities!
Are you ready to join the Floreo family? We would love to discuss implementation in your school, district, or practice!
Meet Floreo's VP of Enterprise, Stephen Donaldson at the ABAI Dublin Conference September 1-3. If you are attending, let us know, we would love to set up time to meet with you!
In case you missed it
NEW FLOREO VIDEOS
We were lucky to host a remote intern this summer! 5 weeks of diligent work from rising college sophomore Aaron Jean Francois resulted in the following videos: how to create an account and get set up to use Floreo and how to pair your devices to begin a lesson.
Research study opportunity
FROM OUR PARTNERS AT CHOP
Our partners at Children's Hospital of Philadelphia are recruiting participants for a compensated survey about autism and police. Please consider participating or sharing with others who might be interested!
What have we been reading this week?
- ‘I was different, not broken’: how my autism diagnosis changed my life
- U. Michigan study to help those with autism improve driving
- Autistic people demonstrate speech rhythm differences that are consistent across languages, study finds
- Yen for routine seeds anxiety in autistic children
- Raising her autistic son taught this mom hard lessons that she’s used to help thousands