“The QT robot has really enhanced learning opportunities for some of our students that find social interactions and overstimulating environments difficult to manage.”
QTrobot is an educational device for improving the attention and engagement of students with special needs education and autism. It creates a consistent and non-overstimulating teaching environment for practicing various life skills. QTrobot for special needs education package offers a large variety of ready-to-use and customizable educational curricula with hundreds of coherent and comprehensive teaching units for social, emotional, cognitive, and language development.
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Is QTrobot Right For Your Students With Special Needs Education?
Book a free consultation and live demo with one of our special needs education specialists and discuss your students’ strengths, needs, and learning goals, and find out how QTrobot educational lessons can be adapted to your needs, practice method, and your students’ individualized learning goals.
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What Is Included In The Robot Package For Special Needs Education?
QTrobot For School Subscription Plan
The annual QTrobot for schools software subscription provides license to:
QTrobot Implementation Support For Special Needs Education Schools
QTrobot for schools is a true plug-and-play solution and it’s designed to be user-friendly for non-technical users such as teachers and therapists. The implementation support is however available for all schools, free of any extra charge.
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“I’m so pleased to see that the QTrobot has played a key role in helping people like Tom to engage more in their learning and with other people.”
“It is more like a tool for helping concentration, which allows presenting standard exercises in a more engaging way. We see children responding to the robot and there is a real exchange between them. “