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How has Floreo been helpful for you so far?

By Heather | Oct 7, 2021

We have been hearing wonderful things about how Floreo has been helpful already as folks settle into this new school year. From using Emotional Regulation lessons as a station in the classroom to working on IEP goals like responding to greetings or joining a conversation, Floreo's lesson library is being heavily used in both clinical and classroom settings.

And, don't forget that Floreo is a great tool for remote learning or telehealth too! Clients and students can continue Floreo use with a Coach in a different location in the event of quarantine or school/clinic closure. We would love to talk to you about implementing in your school district or practice. It's a great time to start subscribing!

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New capabilities in your Floreo portal
If you are a Floreo customer, you have access to our online portal. We recently released updated reports with task data, more lesson recommendations, and  that you can use to track Learners' activity and progress. Just log in with the same username and password you use for Floreo and start exploring! Let us know what other data would be helpful for you. We plan to continue building out the information we share with you!

Medicaid update
Are you in Maryland, Wisconsin, Washington DC, or New York state? Reach out to us about Medicaid-based Floreo solutions.

Research study opportunity
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!

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About the Author


Heather is Floreo's Director of Customer Success. She makes sure that all of Floreo's customers are comfortable and confident using Floreo. Prior to working at Floreo, Heather worked at Trove (a news start-up) and eBay for Charity. Heather holds an A.B. from Dartmouth College, where she also played varsity basketball (and won an Ivy League Championship) and a M.Ed. from the University of Mary Washington. In her free time she enjoys reading, tennis, skiing, and hiking around Western North Carolina with her husband, two sons, and adorable lab mix, Pepper.