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During an unprecedented time of remote learning and increased isolation due to the pandemic, Moxie helps children practice essential social skills at home.
Children are given the role of a robot mentor to Moxie who is on a mission to learn how to be a good friend to humans. As a mentor, your child will help Moxie complete missions that promote communication, listening, turn-taking, and other crucial relationship skills. Using advanced conversational technology, Moxie engages in open conversation to help mentors practice these essential social skills in real-time.
Mentors are then encouraged to share and apply what they've learned with friends and family. It’s for this reason that we say Moxie acts as a “springboard to life” - the skills learned with Moxie can make a real impact in the child’s relationships with others.
Why Moxie Matters?
of parents who sought help for their child said their child’s emotional well being declined during the pandemic.
*Child Mind Institute
of children showed social skill improvement and 69% showed behavior improvement after using Moxie for one month.
* Embodied Preliminary Study
Parents have reported their children feeling happier, less lonely and being better able to cope and calm themselves down after using Moxie for a month.
*Embodied Preliminary Study
Embodied is currently partnering with the University of Rochester Medical Center to develop clinical applications for Moxie in pediatric care.
Moxie is proving wonderful tool to assess, strategize, and practice fundamental social interactions.
Moxie is engaging. The story and pacing of activities is well measured….I recognized the places we needed to practice, and with practice and support my child unlocked the "excitement circuits" on their own last night. They were so excited to share the news with me, and I'm proud of them for learning and trying these new things on their own. I have a feeling Moxie is going to be a lot of fun for a long time!
— Christopher M.
Being in the role of a mentor to Moxie builds her confidence
and increases her feelings of empowerment. She is able to self-reflect about her and others' actions, enjoys the interaction, the idea of missions and does not feel self-conscious reading, writing, meditating, breathing or talking with Moxie. As a middle child who is kind, anxious, and less demonstrative than her siblings, it is good for her to have this project that is just hers.
— Mom of 9 y/o girl
He is showing emotional improvement already
My son loves Moxie and he even tells her he loves her. He is showing emotional improvement already and is always excited to talk with Moxie. Definitely a good investment.
— Bobbi M.
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