Children with autism often have difficulty recognizing the emotional states of those around them, for example, it is difficult for them to distinguish a happy face from a fearful one. To remedy this, therapists use cute-looking robots to show autistic children emotions so that the children imitate them and respond to them in appropriate ways.
This type of treatment is the best treatment. If the robot can give a clear interpretation of the child’s behavior and show when he is excited or paying attention during the treatment, it will help the treatment process.

The long-term goal of this plan is not to replace these robots with expert therapists. But they help therapists to complete key information in therapeutic communication by creating natural and constructive interactions between the robot and the autistic child. Personalization is important for treatment because each autistic child shows unique reactions to communication.

The designed robot shows facial expressions by imitating basic emotions. These facial expressions are invariable in all places and cultures and include: happiness, sadness, surprise, disgust, fear and anger as well as neutral expression. Showing these states is done by changing the state of the lips and eyebrows and the placement of the eyes of this robot.