For Classrooms

Immersive experiences designed for neurodiverse learning

Floreo is a virtual reality tool for teaching social, communication, emotional regulation, and independent living skills in a classroom or remote learning setting. Research-backed and clinically-informed, Floreo learning experiences are designed to empower educators with an engaging and fun way to develop confidence and promote growth for special education students.
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More fun, more effective skills-building

Using virtual reality, teachers can engage students like never before. Floreo’s enriching experiences build confidence and teach real world skills. Whether students are in the classroom or learning remotely, Floreo's immersive environments allow for the practice of important skills in ways that are fun, safe, and easily repeatable.

Floreo's lessons are designed to transport students to new environments like city landscapes to practice crossing the street safely or calming caves with glistening crystals to enhance emotional regulation.

 When using a Meta Quest headset children under the age of 13 may not register or create accounts through our Services, or otherwise provide us with personal information. If you learn that a child has provided us with personal information in violation of this Privacy Policy, you may alert us at privacy@floreovr.com.

Floreo gives schools & educators everything they need to get started

Floreo Unlimited access@2x

Unlimited Access

Get 10 Floreo Licenses for your team of educators
Floreo Live Training@2x

Live Training

Personalized onboarding and staff training via video conference
Floreo User Support@2x


Receive regular check-ins and access deployment resources 
Floreo VR Headset@2x

VR Headset

Option to lease Floreo devices that are preloaded with the Floreo app and lessons
Having virtual reality experiences explicitly written into an IEP can provide many benefits, including year-to-year consistency for the child and having the district more easily fund individualized technology as part of providing an appropriate education. Did you know virtual reality can be considered Assistive Technology?
Our clinical team has just begun to use Floreo and have been impressed at how much the community vignettes engage them, give them practice and promote discussion of real issues in their lives.
Catherine Lord
Professor of Human Development and Psychology George Tarjan Distinguished Professor of Psychiatry at the Semel Institute of Neuroscience and Human Behavior David Geffen School of Medicine at UCLA
With Floreo, our child learned various communication skills that are applicable not only to the school environment but also to extracurricular activities. The positive effects of Floreo on children and adults are beyond...
Rosine B.
Using the Floreo VR software with my student during his counseling sessions has given us the opportunity to discuss topics that otherwise might be challenging to target. For example, what to do when you are approached...
Tracy H.
I’m looking forward to diving into the social interaction lessons to see how he does. He caught on so fast it was amazing.
Bruce B.
What I loved about the program was seeing how well our student was able to listen to the directions of the "people" inside the VR scenario as well as the peer models guiding her. This particular student struggles with...
Kristen G.
Special Education Teacher
An absolute wonderful device that we are utilizing in our practice. Virtual reality intervention helping the expansion of social skills, eye contact, focus/attention, and so much more. I have worked with many parents...
Rachelle Valenzuela
One of my students sat for a 20-minute session of Floreo yesterday. When we were finished, I went to help him remove the headset and he reached up and pulled it back down. He wanted more! He likes the, "finding the...
Jodie Mellos
ASD Specialist
We rolled out Floreo this past year at A Step Up Academy with 4 of our students and they thrived! Something we learned as a school this past year during our virtual and hybrid learning due to the Covid-19 Pandemic was...
Jillian W.
BCBA, Director of Clinical Programming
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Open more doors for growth & improvement.

Join the growing group of educators using Floreo to support learning in and out of the classroom for their students. Families and educators work together using Floreo to individualize the approach, make progress, and celebrate growth for Learners.