Leka is ergonomically designed to be as intuitive as possible. Thanks to its special plastic sphere, it is particularly resistant to falls and made for all children's emotions.
With its 18 cm diameter (the size of a handball), Leka can be rolled. It lights up in different colours to show its joy and encourage the child.
Our interactive robot can be used in individual sessions for work, in group workshops for play, or as a sensory tool for relaxation. It acts and effectively improves cognitive skills, sensoriality, psychomotor development, communication and social interaction.
It is also a playful learning tool that all children can enjoy. It can be adapted to any child's abilities!
Leka respects HAS recommendations and is based on the most advanced methods of support and care: ABA, TEACCH, Denver. All the activities are designed by experts in special education to encourage children and stimulate them positively. The objective is to help the child progress thanks to a “no-failure” teaching methodology that does not block the child's learning.
The Leka application offers five different uses, which you select when logging into your profile. The choice of one or the other depends on the needs of each professional and each child in a specific situation.
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RFID tags allow for greater interactivity with Leka. Some of the educational activities developed by professionals require the child to choose a card or an object and bring it to the robot for it to recognise.
To meet this need, we chose to use RFID technology. The small tags can be slipped or stuck to objects (coloured cubes...) or cards (pictograms etc.). The robot detects the tag linked to the object or the card presented. It then recognises automatically if it is the right one or not.
Leka allows children with neurodevelopmental disorders to be assisted towards the development of their autonomy, their communication skills and their psychomotricity.
Leka is thus primarily aimed at children of all ages affected by:
Occupational therapists, psychomotricians, physiotherapists etc. Many of them are already working with us thanks to the alpha version of Leka. The activities offered by Leka will effectively adapt to your working methods.
The Adèle de Glaubitz association explains its vision of Leka :
Leka's mediating role facilitates interactions between the child and his entourage. A Leka in the home means so many opportunities to play together and to share moments. When it becomes accessible to families, it will also allow parents to follow their child's progress, whether at home or at the therapist's.