We unleash the creative potential of people with additional needs and make training and therapy easy, engaging and fun.
Among 16 therapist-designed games and exercises.
Solo, or with friends and family. At home, at school or in the sensory room.
Your congitive, communication and motor skills
Evaluate progress with rich data on users' abilities based on gameplay
Jess Carpenter Curriculum Lean. Hamilton school, Birmingham
The students get a lot from it. Monoma cultivates waiting, turn taking and listening skills. I was amazed to watch how what teach in the class in transferable to other activities using the system. Fabulous
David Shiel Music therapist at the Garden School, London
Monoma is brilliant! It is great for students with autism who are more visual learners, as it incorporates sound and light and it is immediate, without requiring any verbal explanation. It is very simple, but the activities develop it into something complex to support expression and multifaceted learning.
Alkis Ginatsis Occupational Therapist
This is a really useful tool. It supports reaction to stimuli, visual-motor coordination, the training of memory, orientation and attention. I can also see how my clients are doing, based on data, not guesswork. Well Done!
Eva Christodoulaki Physical Therapist
Aris made movements that I did not expect him to do and even spontaneously while using Monoma. During the musical improvisation game, I observed how he used his hand that usually he is not able to use – it came out automatically, because he liked the interaction and was thrilled!
Stavros Psaroudakis Psychologist & carer of autistic children
The device is very pleasant, fun to use and rewarding! It is more tactile and physical than a touch screen, and very straightforward and this makes it engaging. Monoma is an awesome sensory experience for kids on the autistic spectrum.
Lila Kossyvaki Lecturer at University of Birmingham & special educator
It is a very engaging tool that I use to grab the attention of students with severe learning difficulties. It is great to teach initiation, imitation and turn-taking, which are cornerstones of communication and social interaction.
We work day to day with our users, therapists, and families in order to design solutions for and with them. We have tested with people who have several moderate to severe cases of learning and physical disabilities. We now want to share out knowledge and foster open innovationFind out more