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Many families of autistic children are struggling to meet the complex care and educational needs of their children. This is exacerbated by the fact that we are in the middle of a coronavirus pandemic: support workers are unable to visit clients, and schools are closed. The Reach Learning Platform helps children with autism to build important life skills and relieves stress and burden by helping families connect, monitor, and engage with intervention specialists remotely.
This project was selected to be in the award-winning SFU Beedie/Mitacs Invention to Innovation (i2I) program. We are working closely with researchers from Simon Fraser University, the University of British Columbia, BC Chidren's Hospital and Katalyst Methods.
At Reach Learning we strive to provide all caregivers of children with autism with consistent, available, reliable, enjoyable, and quality service. We recognize that every child is unique; with the help of our experts, we provide caregivers with personalized care that supports the child's needs and preferences.
We also support intervention specialists by providing them with assistive tools. These tools facilitate the creation of remote intervention plans as well as monitor children’s progress, and provide educational resources.