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Leka

The Leka social robot is designed to improve the social and cognitive skills of children with autism, Down's syndrome, or multiple disabilities.

Leka
10 Rue de Penthièvre
Paris, 95000
France

Leka makes a multi-sensory robotic ball with lights, sounds, and vibrations to engage children while tracking their progress. It provides a fun way to keep special needs children interested and motivated at home and in therapy. Leka has been co-developed with parents, therapists and caregivers to make therapy more accessible to children with autism, Down’s syndrome, or multiple disabilities. Leka’s goal is to help these children become more independent and improve their motor and social skills. To be clear, Leka isn’t designed to replace a therapist, it’s an additional tool for parents and caregivers.


Leka News, Products & Resources
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Leka Robot for Special Needs Kids Launches on Indiegogo
The Leka social robot is designed for children with autism, Down's syndrome, or multiple disabilities. Leka provides sensory stimulation to help special needs children become more independent and improve their motor and social skills.

Leka Social Robot Helps Special Needs Children
A new motion-sensitive social robot called Leka provides sensory stimulation through movement, lights, vibration and sound. Leka, which will be at CES 2016, is designed to help children with autism spectrum disorder, Down's syndrome, or multiple disabilities.


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