Our immersive experiences provide a fun and engaging opportunity to practice skills that are difficult to learn and teach in "real life." We are striving to make important services more affordable and accessible for families, clinics, and educational institutions around the world.
Floreo is a subscription-based product. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss subscription options for your situation. Subscriptions start at $49.99 per month (software only for one Learner).
In order to use Floreo, you’ll need all of the following items:
If you have a version mismatch:
At the moment, Floreo is only available for mobile VR on iOS or on the Meta Quest 1, 2, or Pro headsets. Sign up to get notified about our progress here: https://www.floreotech.com/newsletter.
At the moment, Floreo is not available on Android phones. However, as we continue to grow, we expect to expand to other operating systems. Sign up to be notified when we launch on Android https://www.floreotech.com/newsletter.
At the moment, Floreo can only be used with an iPad as the Coach’s device. However, the iPad can be simultaneously projected to a TV using an HDMI cable or via AirPlay to an Apple TV to share with a group. As we continue to grow, we plan to expand the types of devices that can be used as a Coach device. Sign up to be notified about our progress: https://floreotech.com/floreo-newsletter.
Floreo creates content based on evidence-based strategies essential for building social connections, developing skills for independence, and improving emotional regulation skills.
We take seriously our commitment to developing a research-backed product, we have hired experts in the field of development, education, disability, and neurodiversity to lead the development of our content:
The FDA has not yet evaluated the safety or effectiveness of Floreo’s virtual reality app and content for use as therapy. We intend to pursue the path to clearance in the near future.
We are located in Washington DC, though many of our staff work remotely outside of the DC area.
Floreo is a for-profit technology company based in Washington DC. We are fortunate to be supported by wonderful investors. We have also been generously supported by grants from NIH. If you have further questions or investment interests, feel free to email email@example.com.
Floreo is designed for neurodiverse individuals, as well as their respective support networks (e.g. families, providers, special educators, etc.).
Each person is unique in the way they learn and experience the world. To that end, Floreo is working with schools, researchers, therapy practices, and autism specialists to develop a science-backed and affordable virtual reality tool and content platform that can help neurodiverse individuals develop the real-world skills they need to live independent and productive lives.
No. Floreo is committed to developing experiences for any individual that needs assistance developing their social, behavioral, communication, and life skills. Some of our partners and current customers have already utilized Floreo with individuals with ADHD, PTSD, anxiety, and many other neurotypes.
No. Floreo is committed to developing experiences that support Learners of all language skills and communication styles. Many of our current customers use Floreo with nonspeaking or minimally verbal Learners.
Floreo is intended for use with individuals ages 5 and above. This guidance is based on current recommendations for Google Cardboard, View-Master, and similar devices, as well as advice from experts in the field.
The Meta Quest headset is recommended for individuals aged 13+.
In addition, consumers must also adhere to manufacturer recommendations for whichever headset they purchase.
Virtual reality is not recommended for people with certain pre-existing conditions such as a history of seizures or photosensitive response on EEG, eye movement impairments such as strabismus, and migraines, or who may be prone to motion sickness.
The vision of young children (especially those under six years old) is still under development. Consult with your child’s doctor or optometrist before allowing young children to watch virtual reality images or play virtual reality games. Adults should supervise young children to ensure they follow the recommendations listed above.
Various VR headset manufacturers have their own health and safety warnings included with the hardware (such as Meta, Samsung, HTC, etc). Users are responsible to read, evaluate and follow these guidelines, warnings, and instructions. Please ensure all users use the headset in accordance with these health and safety warnings. Adults should monitor children closely during and after the use of VR headsets.
Yes! Once you have identified a grant opportunity, we are happy to help with the needed information for your application. Just send us a note at firstname.lastname@example.org.