How does it work ?

Learn while having fun
Immerse yourself in the pleasure of a fantastic universe and move forward through songs
A multimodal method that potentiates learning
The child will do different rhythmic, singing and motor tasks to progress through the game
Effective and sustainable remediation
Researchers from INSERM justify the choice of specific music learning in the accompaniment of learning disabilities [1] [2] [3]

HOW DO WE PLAY?

The activities are very interactive:
The child participates with his body and his voice in a dynamic learning process.
creature singing
Singing
creature in rhythm
Talking
crature standing
Dancing

WHAT HEALTH CARE PROFESSIONALS ARE SAYING

Mila is a remarkable tool with a clear therapeutic value for children with learning disabilities.

From our first contact, it was without hesitation that we decided to collaborate on this project, providing our theoretical and scientific support.
Neurologist at the CHU La Timone in Marseille, CNRS associate researcher

Mila and the Pitié-Salpêtrière hospital at la Nuit des Dys :

0'04Mila? Who is it for?
0'10A serious game for children with learning disabilities
0'33A monitoring tool for health professionals
1'01What are the theoretical bases behind Mila?
1'05The different executive functions worked on
1'31Engaging motor skills through rhythm
2'07The work of language and coordination
2'57The work of phonology
3'41Mila, resulting from work in audio interaction and cognitive sciences
4'35Preliminary studies and clinical validation
5'33Example of sessions with Riversplash, combining rhythm & motricity
6'45Example of sessions with Synglab, combining rhythm and reading
7'34Pleasure in rehabilitation thanks to Mila
8'54Partnership between Mila, la Pitié-Salpêtrière and the Fédération Francaise des Troubles Dys: what results?
9'48A child returns to Mila an average of 3.5 times a week, 15 minutes per session.
10'15The interest in the management of the child with learning disabilities?
11'04Use in session by a health professional
11'21Independent use at home
11'57Therapeutic continuity between practice and home
12'33User Feedback
14'04Mila as a complement to care
15'16Future developments of Mila?
15'38The clinical study with children on the waiting list
16'38More content with partnerships with record companies
16'47The individualization of courses
HAND IN HAND WITH SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH
All our activities are based on recent research in cognitive science. Contact us to learn more about our clinical activities.