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RoboKind and the Autism Society Announce School Grant Program

RoboKind and the Autism Society of America announce the offering of the joint Robots4Autism School Grant Program.
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RoboKind and the Autism Society of America announce the offering of the joint Robots4Autism School Grant Program. The grant program aims to make the research-based Robots4Autism program accessible to schools across the nation.

The Robots4Autism curriculum, delivered by humanoid robot Milo, incorporates eight evidence-based practices to support a learner’s generalization of appropriate social behavior and promote emotional understanding. The grant partnership offers schools of all backgrounds to integrate the Robots4Autism curriculum into instruction.

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