We develop a game helping autistic kids practice their social skills
Using first-person simulations of social interactions, we make work on social skills fun, engaging and more effective.
For the child, our platform is a game, where each level consists of interactive videos, asking them to identify another person’s feelings or intentions, choose appropriate actions in a situation, or engage the person on the screen using natural communication methods.
For therapists and parents, we provide an effective learning tool that the child will love, along with performance measurement tools that help keep track of the child’s progress.
Therapists and families lack the tools to help their children
Many kids on the autism spectrum are able to flourish and lead a socially fulfilling life with the intensive help of their parents and therapists who work with them on the many facets of their condition.
One common method used in working with these children is simulation of social situations, breaking them down to defined, small segments, and analyzing them methodically.
But therapists and parents lack the tools to create believable simulations, share them with others, allow the child to engage in independent work, and keep track of their progress.
How We Help
CEO & Co-Founder
B.Sc in CS and Math from Tel-Aviv University and M.Sc student in CS. Ariel has experience in software development and academic research. His brother has special needs, and this has influenced his commitment to creating a tool that can help other people thrive socially.
Therapist, content curation
BOT (Bachelor in Occupational Therapy) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and is a registered and licensed O.T in the state of New York. She has done a wide range of prefessional development courses both in the USA and in Israel. She has been working with children with ASD (among other diagnoses) for the past 12 years. She specializes in sensory regulation methods, while seeing the child as an individual at the center of the therapeutic process. She aspires to help children and their families live happy and independent lives.