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Virtual Reality and Autism


Chris Medina, Andy Chavez, and Annie Escalante join Kristin Walker to talk about Applied Behavioral Analysis, Artificial Intelligence, Human Behavior, Mental Health, Virtual Reality, Autism, and more. 

We talk about how virtual reality is being used to help those with Autism. These young entrepreneurs created the organization BehaviorMe and we got the chance to use their simulator and the Oculus Go Virtual Reality Headset. 

BehaviorMe is developing immersive virtual reality simulations for behavioral specialists to treat their clients more effectively and efficiently. Their VR simulations will give practitioners the opportunity to teach basic life skills to individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder and developmental disabilities in a new, innovative, and effective way. Our roots lay in the behavioral sciences and our passion drives us to help people all over the world.

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