The Fun & Interactive Emotion
Padi provides simple and effective visual support for teaching and learning emotions and feelings. With 9 different key emotions, Padi helps teach why or when a person may feel something, and what may cause different feelings or emotions..
Padimi. Technology for Humanity
Padimi. Technology for Humanity
The Padi system is the result of our mission to use our technological, creative and commercial resources to maximize improvements in the educational well-being of the Autistic.
Features of Padi Software
Enables users to engage in easy, fun activities to develop the use and shift of eye contact. This helps to build confidence in users and helps counter the feeling of being overwhelmed in social situations.
Dynamic effects. It will enable a change in image and text appearance to prevent fixated interests. It re-awakens and arouses interest in other activities when fixation is occurs.
Includes animation videos and games for various ages and stages. These can be use differently according to appropriate age and development stage.
REPORT & REWARDS
Provides the opportunity for parents and teachers to monitor and track the users’ progress, plus a unique rewards system to encourage users.
The Padi emotion learning software
The Padi software provides simple and effective visual support for teaching and learning emotions and feelings. With 9 different key emotions, Padi helps teach why or when a person may feel something, and what may cause different feelings or emotions.
The Padi includes social stories that aid persons with ASD (Autistic Spectrum Disorder) better understand the nuances of interpersonal communication so that they can interact in an effective and appropriate manner.
1 in 66 children in Canada and 1 in 160 globally, is autistic.
Whereas traditional and non-technological solutions to managing autism are being rapidly developed, there is a lack of progress in the development of assistive technologies to support the development and learning of people living with the spectrum disorder”
It will enable engagement in dialogues and is able to respond to prompts. This will encourage users to maintain a back-and-forth conversation, taking turns in conversation and therefore building vital confidence and verbal skills.
Detects restricted and repetitive behaviors and automatically switches to a different program or activity in order to counter
Software will assist users to recognize their own emotions and the intentions in others. It also assists in expressing and sharing emotions. It helps to ensure that expressions are not taken literally.
Enables the detection of emotions and voice tones (sad, angry, happy, scared, etc), and recommend appropriate activities for a particular period
The Padi app includes a series of activities that assist young children practice their memory skills, including prediction.
It helps address the feelings of characters, meaning several points of view can be represented. When children are exposed to others’ perspectives, it boosts the development of empathy or understanding of how one’s actions affect and impact others.
It creates an opportunity to connect with a child’s personal experiences and build upon their current understanding. Children are more likely to learn from the strategies used in the apps when they can relate to them. Presents clear communication. When children clearly understand what is expected of them and they are given specific instructions, they are better prepared to learn strategies and norms and follow them through.
It presents clear communication. When children clearly understand what is expected of them and they are given specific instructions, they are better prepared to learn strategies and norms and follow them through.
Autism, or autism spectrum disorder (ASD), refers to a broad range of conditions characterized by challenges with social skills, repetitive behaviors, speech and nonverbal communication. The National Autism Spectrum Disorder Surveillance System (NASS) report estimates autism's prevalence as 1 in 66 children in Canada.
Several factors may influence the development of autism, and it is often accompanied by sensory sensitivities and medical issues such as gastrointestinal (GI) disorders, seizures or sleep disorders, as well as mental health challenges such as anxiety, depression and attention issues.
Signs of autism usually appear by age 2 or 3. Some associated development delays can appear even earlier, and often, it can be diagnosed as early as 18 months. Research shows that early intervention leads to positive outcomes later in life for people with autism.
Development of empathy