Live animation gives therapists, speech pathologists and parents the ability to use live cartoons to interact with their clients and children living with autism. The characters are computer-generated “digital puppets” who come alive in the hands of human "avatar pilots." They appear on your computer, TV or mobile device, where they can interact in real time, telling stories, teaching lessons, demonstrating facial expressions and playing with body language.
It's all home-based education, with curriculums, instructional programs and supported staff who care about the welfare and progress of your children on the autism spectrum.
For more information, visit https://invirtua.com or call Gary Jesch at 775-771-4330