Bridging the digital and physical world of at-home therapy, one kit at a time.
At-home therapy is difficult for those with special needs, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. With most in-person therapy sessions closed, many parents of children with autism don’t have the proper material and guidance to provide effective at-home therapy to match their child’s abilities and needs. We know that therapy is only effective when it is continuous and that's why we created AUesome.
AUesome’s mission is to make therapy more accessible and affordable. Our kits, instructional videos, and app simplify the at-home therapy process for parents of children with special needs.
Combining the virtual and physical world for children with autism.
To make personalized, interactive training for individuals with special needs accessible to all.
AUesome requires support from our community in order to grow. Everything the community does for our social enterprise to grow is significant to us.
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Our leadership consists of individuals across the Bay Area who are passionate about autism, working with children, technology, and change.
Anshul Gupta is a high-school student at Archbishop Mitty High School in the Bay Area and is passionate about computer science and helping young children. Along with his roles as the CTO at AUesome, he co-founded a nonprofit math tutoring organization with over 100 students and runs a high-school hackathon.
Isabella is a junior at Mission San Jose High School in Fremont, California. She is a co-founder and the CMO of AUesome and the founder of nonprofit SN Inclusion. She is a passionate advocate for the special needs community and a dedicated volunteer and program coordinator for FCSN, Friends of Children with Special Needs.
Andrew Kim is a senior in high school from Palo Alto, California specializing in the design and customer experience of AUesome. He is an aspiring designer interested in digital innovation and social entrepreneurship.
Arnav Gurudatt is a senior at San Mateo High School with interests spanning data science, finance, and management. He tutors mathematics and programs in his free time, and he has a budding passion for social entrepreneurship.