Our technology is ready to roll.

Technology holds space for sick kids at school and gives them
presence for learning and socialising with their peers.

Our robots help sick kids overcome isolation and put an end to deep loneliness.

Our innovative Seen&Heard technology service, including telepresence robots, provides a critical link to connect sick and injured kids with their classmates and gives them a physical presence in school.

Whether they’re at home or in hospital, kids can connect into their classes to independently sit in on lessons and interact with teachers and friends.

Not only does this help sick kids stay up-to-date academically, it eases the anxiety of absence, supports their relationships and friendships, and offers some normality in really tough times.

Accessing telepresence

Step 1

Register student interest for support and we’ll liaise between carer and school to assess suitability, answer questions, and share information.

Step 2

Work with us to discover and document the student’s needs and school requirements, and sign off on arrangements for support.

Step 3

Use our training, resources, and ongoing helpdesk to enable student and classroom for success with telepresence for connection.

Step 2

Work with us to discover and document the student’s needs and school requirements, and sign off on arrangements for support.

Step 3

Use our training, resources, and ongoing helpdesk to enable student and classroom for success with telepresence for connection.

Know a child who needs support?

If a sick kid you know needs school support, our team is on standby to answer any questions you may have. Simply fill out the form or call us on 1300 237 234.



    What next?

    sick and missing
    Sick and missing school
    When the diagnosis came, it was devastating. Suddenly, a new epoch of disruptions and upheavals began and the time away from friends and school life was “torturous”.
    fears student
    Fears student wouldn’t graduate
    Students who miss school with serious illness need real-time support from their teachers and school, and connection to their peers for learning and social activities.
    bringing sick kids
    Bringing sick kids back to class
    While COVID-19 has given countless students and families their first experience of remote learning, it has long been the only way for some students to attend school.
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