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Lorikeet Learning LLC

Autism is skyrocketing, parents/teachers need teaching solutions. Dr. Mike knows interactive, touchscreen programs work, he pioneered them.

  • Stage $500K in TTM Revenue
  • Industry Education
  • Location Wilmington, DE, USA
  • Currency USD
  • Employees 2
  • Website

Company Summary

For 30 years, "Dr. Mike" has been pioneering new ways to reach children. Composing original songs and games to utilize multi-sensory, whole brain methods that work through: repetition, sing-along and cognitive stimulation and "gamification" of learning. Now, we are taking that Interactive Touchscreen method and delivering it to parents (via a $9.99/month subscription, think Netflix) who are desperately seeking solutions. Schools will follow.


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    Martin Andrew Uniacke

    Mr. Uniacke is a seasoned, entrepreneurial executive with proven success in all aspects of launching new products, promoting business growth, sales, and marketing at the district, regional, national, and international level for both start-up and established operations. Mr. Uniacke has specific experience in the development, marketing, and sales of educational based toys and games to regional and national retailers. Founding partner and President

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    Stephen Kramer
    Co-Founder & President

    Mr. Kramer is an entrepreneur with an extensive knowledge of software and hardware functionality, compatibility and compliancy testing services. He earned a Bachelor of Science in Simulation and Digital Entertainment Program from the University of Baltimore. Stephen is currently a graduate student on hiatus from his Master of Science in Interaction Design and Information Architecture from the University of Baltimore. Lorikeet Learning is the re

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    Dr. Mike Mallee
    Co-Founder & CRO

    Dr. Mallee is currently teaching in a self-contained autistic support classroom. He has been teaching for 33 years. He earned a Bachelor of Arts in Music Education from the University of Dayton, Ohio; a Master of Science in Special Education from the Pennsylvania State University; and a Doctor of Education in Educational Innovation and Leadership from Wilmington University, Delaware. He has studied and utilizes ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) tec