Here at EmotiPlay, we believe that every child with autism should have access to the best therapeutic and educational methods the world has to offer. We brought together the world’s leading autism professionals and educational technology experts to build a platform that gives therapists and parents everywhere access to research-proven tools for teaching emotion recognition. We’re committed to continue working with the autism community to help children overcome obstacles and thrive.
The EmotiPlay platform content has been validated by the large-scale, EU-funded study “ASC-Inclusion”, and endorsed by leading autism organizations including Autism Europe, Autism Society of America, and NDIS Australia.
Simon Baron-Cohen is a professor in the psychology and psychiatry departments at the University of Cambridge, a fellow at Trinity College, and the director of the Autism Research Centre in Cambridge. He has written numerous books on autism and published over 600 peer reviewed scientific articles which have contributed to many aspects of autism research. He also started the first UK clinic for adults with suspected Asperger Syndrome that has helped over 1,000 patients have their disability recognized, and gave a keynote address to the United Nations in New York on Autism Awareness Day 2017 on the topic of Autism and Human Rights.
Ofer Golan is a clinical psychologist, associate professor, and the head of the Autism Research Lab in Bar-Ilan University, Israel. His research focuses on socio-emotional functioning in autism, including social communication, emotion recognition, expression and regulation, and ways to develop them through evidence-based interventions. He is the founder and the clinical advisor of two Israeli clinical centres which provide evidence-based diagnosis and intervention services for children, adolescents, and adults with autism and their families, in addition to training clinicians and disseminating evidence-based interventions nationwide.
Sven Bolte is a professor of Child and Adolescent Psychiatric Science at the Karolinska Institute (KI) in Sweden. He directs the Center of Neurodevelopmental Disorders at KI (KIND), and heads the Neuropsychiatry Division in the Department of Women’s and Children’s Health. He also serves as a senior consultant in clinical psychology and specialist in neuropsychology at child and adolescent psychiatry Stockholm. He has published more than 400 original articles, reviews, book chapters, assessment and intervention tools in the field of autism spectrum, ADHD, other neurodevelopmental conditions.
Aurelie Baranger has been the director of Autism-Europe since 2007, where her mission includes the overall coordination of a network of member associations, management of advocacy and policy work, and capacity building. She previously worked for the European Disability Forum on a capacity-building project with disability organisations in the Western Balkans and completed training at the European Commission and Euro Co-op.
Gil has over 25 years of experience in business development, marketing and management
More than thirty years of experience in managing international technology companies, manages the day-to-day operations of the company
With more than 15 years of experience in business development for tech across continents
With more than 15 years of experience in ICT education and health interactive content development, Noga leads EmotiPlay’s products, research and activity