Robot Mediated Behaviour Intervention for Autism:

What is robot-mediated behavior intervention (RMBI)?

With 1 in 65 children impacted by autism we need to continue to advance the positive gains being made by robot medicated behavior intervention.

New Life Robotics is proud to offer the leading robot for robot medicated behavior intervention, the NAO Robot. This robot has the qualities that are extremely well-adapted to the context of special education: NAO is engaging, predictable, tireless, but also multi-interactive.

No one else offers the wide range of robot behaviors that allow non-technical educators, therapists, and researchers to use a humanoid robot in schools, therapy sessions, or laboratories.

NAO offers constant encouragement and never tires of repeating instructions. This helps to win the child’s trust who will then be happy to pursue the instructions.

Even with no prior knowledge in software or robotics, the proven interfaces enables teachers and therapists to take control of the robot easily and at any time. Teachers, parents and Special Education teachers can exchange and easily update information relating to each child.

The NAO Robot’s humanoid technological interface naturally attracts children. NAO helps to create communication bridges between the child and the people around them. This leading robot is easy to interpret, help reduce a child’s anxiety, and minimizes the risks of over-stimulation.