AT KidSystems to Showcase Kindergarten Readiness Software and Cosmo’s Learning Systems Product Line at ATIA Chicago

Learning for Children–Exploration Software Headlines Educational Session SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (October 27, 2009) – AT KidSystems(TM), the manufacturer and distributor of educational and therapeutic products, will demonstrate the effectiveness of Cosmo’s Learning Systems and Learning for Children – Exploration during the inaugural 2009 Assistive Technology Industry Association (ATIA) Chicago Conference and Exhibition on October 28-31.  The innovative product line from AT KidSystems will be exhibited in Booth 606. Learning for Children – Exploration software will be highlighted in an educational session during the ATIA Chicago Conference.  AT KidSystems will show how the Learning for Children – Exploration software can be used to evaluate children for kindergarten readiness as well as identify potential issues related to developmental language disorders, autism, and developmental delays in children ages 3-6 years.  The educational session, “Providing Effective Computer Experiences for Children with ASD,” will also highlight the effectiveness of the software as an intervention tool for children with autism ages 3-6 years.  Presenting at this session is the nationally recognized autism researcher, Dr. Carole Samango-Sprouse, and Erin Lavin of AT KidSystems.  The session will be held on October 29 beginning at 9:15 a.m. in room Schaumberg G. The “Learning for Children – Exploration” software program focuses on educational content including auditory discrimination, concept formation, visual perception, simple logic, and reasoning.  This software allows up to 25 users and collects valuable data related to each child’s performance.  “Learning for Children – Exploration” can also be used with the computer access device, Mission Control, a component of Cosmo’s Learning Systems.  Learning for Children – Exploration will be featured in the ATIA’s Passport to Prizes program. Cosmo’s...

CosmoBot Robot to Walk in Walk Now for Autism; Seeking Facebook Fans to Raise Money for Autism Research

CosmoBot Innovator Donating $1 for Each New Facebook Fan SILVER SPRING, MARYLAND (October 15, 2009) – CosmoBot, a robot created by AnthroTronix, Inc., a human factors engineering firm, and marketed by AT KidSystems, a manufacturer and distributor of educational and therapeutic products, is participating in the 2009 Walk Now for Autism on October 31 in Washington, D.C.  To support Walk Now for Autism, CosmoBot will collect $1 for each new Facebook fan who signs up on the CosmoBot page during the month of October. AnthroTronix will donate $1 for the first 500 fans who sign up to connect with CosmoBot on its Facebook page.  CosmoBot’s page can be found athttp://www.facebook.com/pages/CosmoBot/87464924230.  Team CosmoBot Cares is also accepting online donations through the Walk Now for Autism Website athttp://www.walknowforautism.org/dc/CosmoBot_Cares. The 2009 Walk Now for Autism is being held on the National Mall at 7th Street N.W. at Madison Drive in Washington, D.C., on October 31.  In addition to the 2.5 mile walk, there will be a variety of family-friendly activities.  Registration opens at 9:00 a.m., and the walk begins at 10:00 a.m.  A minimum donation of $20 per person (age 15 and older) is required to join in the walk; children 14 and younger register for free. “We are major supporters of and participants in autism research and have achieved many successes with technology innovations like CosmoBot designed to interact with children with autism,” said Dr. Corinna E. Lathan, CEO and Board Chair of AnthroTronix, Inc.  “CosmoBot will lead a team of employees and friends in walking in the Walk Now for Autism and in raising money for autism research.” According to...