Once downloaded, the application can be accessed anywhere, on a tablet or mobile device.
|0'04||Mila? Who is it for?|
|0'10||A serious game for children with learning disabilities|
|0'33||A monitoring tool for practitioners|
|1'01||What are the theoretical bases behind Mila?|
|1'05||The different executive functions worked on|
|1'31||Engaging motor skills through rhythm|
|2'07||The work of language and coordination|
|2'57||The work of phonology|
|3'41||Mila, resulting from work in audio interaction and cognitive sciences|
|4'35||Preliminary studies and clinical validation|
|5'33||Example of sessions with Riversplash, combining rhythm & motricity|
|6'45||Example of sessions with Synglab, combining rhythm and reading|
|7'34||Pleasure in rehabilitation thanks to Mila|
|8'54||Partnership between Mila, la Pitié-Salpêtrière and the French Federation of Learning Disabilities (FFDYS): what results?|
|9'48||A child returns to Mila an average of 3.5 times a week, 15 minutes per session.|
|10'15||The interest in the management of the child with learning disabilities?|
|11'04||Use in session by a practitioner|
|11'21||Autonomous use at home|
|11'57||Therapeutic continuity between practice and home|
|14'04||Mila as a complement to|
|15'16||Future developments of Mila?|
|15'38||The clinical study with children on the waiting list|
|16'38||More content with partnerships with record companies|
|16'47||The individualization of courses|
We are currently conducting an international pivotal study to study Mila’ impact on the child’s reading skills. As a result, registrations are currently on hold but please let us know if you are interested in participating in our next clinical trial!
Mila is the ideal companion for continuing rehabilitation at home.
Mila is available on tablet and mobile devices, with for Apple iOS 10 devices minimum, and for Android devices the Android 6.0 version minimum.
You can see the operating system version of your device in your settings.
You have iOS 10 or Android 6.0 but it doesn't work?
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We are working on creating new stories to offer new content every month.
In the meantime, you can continue training with the same games in the training area of the application.
We use in-house rhythmic and clinical metrics to adapt the difficulty of our courses as much as possible for the children and we are working to allow you to easily follow the child's progress within your personal space.
We are aware that you are waiting a lot for this feature, but please be patient a little longer before you can access this part!
In the meantime, if you have any recommendations of what would be important to you please feel free to send them to us! 🙏
Mila belongs to digital therapeutics: evidence-based interventions driven by high-quality software to prevent and support disorders. The development of these therapies is driven with the same standards of evidence, quality and regulatory supervision as traditional medical treatments. The commitments we have therefore made are as follows:
As an example, this involves for the clinical demonstration conducting rigorous studies approved by the authorities (ANSM, FDA...), including a control arm to avoid a placebo effect, guaranteeing the transparency of the statistical analysis and publishing the results in peer-reviewed scientific journals.
These very high standards are, in our opinion, a sine-qua-non condition for the trust that families and health professionals may place in us. Far too many claims and false promises have been made and are unfortunately still being made, to the detriment of patients and science.
In line with this philosophy, we are committed to promoting science on the subject and to encourage the creation of numerous multipartners research projects to better support children. Do not hesitate to contact us if you are a researcher, a doctor or a student - it will be a pleasure to build future research projects together!
Engineers for learning differentiation, motor and singing activities and the computer magic wand.
Game developers (thanks Seb, Didier, Xavier & other contributors!) who work hard to make the use of Mila smooth and the students engaged in their learning.
Scientists, speech therapists and psychomotricians without whom we could not build Mila, and whose feedback allows us to improve the therapeutic accompaniment of the children. Special thanks to Pr Habib (APHM, neuropsychologist), Pr Cohen (APHP, head of the child psychiatry department at Pitié-Salpêtrière and Necker), Pr Bolduc (Quebec, research chair in music and learning), Charline Grossard (speech therapist, APHP Pitié-Salpêtrière), Joana Matos (Physician CRTA, Pitié-Salpêtrière).
Mila stems directly from the rich neuroscience literature of recent years devoted to the implications of auditory and rhythmic stimulation on the strengthening of connections between distant brain areas.
A growing number of studies thus show that rhythm and music training interventions are effective in improving reading skills in children with dyslexia ; the improvements observed are close to those obtained with methods more conventionally used in clinical practice such as phoneme discrimination training. The effect of musical and rhythmic interventions also extends to other motor and cognitive functions; they may therefore also be beneficial in other developmental disorders (ADHD, language disorders, etc.). Presentation in the form of a game helps to increase adherence to training; the goal is to provide content that is as recreational as the commercial games that children usually play.
Two pre-clinical studies were conducted at the Centre de rééducation neurologique de l'hôpital Bicêtre (15 children, 2018) and in Quebec City (55 children, 2020).
A large-scale clinical study is being prepared in collaboration with Pitié-Salpêtrière to confirm the usefulness of this approach.
You can consult our white paper here.
 : M. Habib, C. Lardy, T. Desiles, C. Commeiras, and J. Chobert, “Music and Dyslexia : A New Musical Training Method to Improve Reading and Related Disorders,” vol. 7, no. January, 2016.
Mila is available to you within the framework of our clinical development with the Assistance publique - Hôpitaux de Paris. Within this framework, our wish is to help as many children with learning disabilities as possible and to make Mila known by spreading it as widely as possible.
To recover your password, you can go to this page : https://www.app.mila-learn.com/forgotten-password.
You will then receive an email with a verification code and you can continue the Mila adventure!
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