DrOmnibus is the first company from Poland and one of four European startups in Google Launchpad Accelerator 2017.
Our team consists of experienced experts: therapists (ABA and BCBA), psychologists, gaming and software developers, designers, marketing and sales specialists.
Our goal is to ensure that every child has a chance for independence in adulthood regardless of any disabilities. Every day, we work to improve the existing therapies making them more effective and attractive for children with behavioral and developmental disorders.
We create modern, comprehensive multimedia tools that support ABA therapy for children with autism.
Board of management
We collaborate with therapists
Todd A. Ward
President and Founder of bSci21Media, LLC, which owns the top behavior analytic media outlet in the world, bSci21.org
Board Certified Behavior Analyst living in Atlantic Beach, Florida. Her passion is helping families and schools gain skills to teach children with autism and other cognitive diagnosis.
Rabia S. Khan
MS Applied Psychology, RBT Consultant DrOmnibus ABA Resource Application-USA
MS BCBA, LBA at Hillcrest Educational Foundation located in Lenox, MA. Holding various positions ranging from a Teacher’s Assistant, a Teacher in a Life Skills classroom with young adults and have been practicing as a Board Certified Behavior Analyst since November of 2015.
MA, BCBA, is a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Master's degree in Applied Behavior Analysis from Columbia University, Teacher's College in New York and has been working with students with special needs for over 20 years.
PhD is an associate professor of psychology, vice director of the Institute of Psychology of the Jagiellonian University, Krakow, Poland
Jason TitusVice President of Developer Products at Google
“These three entrepreneurs (Editor’s note: DrOmnibus Board Members) recognize the need to provide therapy at scale for autistic children. In response, they created DrOmnibus, an app based learning platform that provides games for children with special education needs. The game allows students to learn behavior patterns and responses to real life scenarios and their teachers and therapists can review their progress. The best part is that students can play these games on their own, allowing them to receive therapy every day rather than once a week, which makes an incredible impact long-term. This is just one of many stories of how the European developmental community is making a big impact.”
2017Google Launchpad Accelerator
2017Startups in the Presidential Palace: foreign investors edition
2017Bridge to MassChallenge Warsaw
2017Forbes 30 Under 30 – Bogumiła Matuszewska
2017New Europe 100: eastern Europe’s emerging technology stars
2017Global EDTech StartUps Awards (2017) - Top 10 Europe
2017Best mobile app adapted to the needs of persons with disabilities (Barrier-free Applications competition)
(2017 nominee)Pearls of MamaDu
2016Life Science Open Space
2016Startup Adventure (Burda International)
2015Top Creative People in Business - Brief Magazine
2017EIT Health Catapult
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