The hurdles for special education programs to comply with individual accommodations, state requirements and parental demands for homebound and hospitalized students are high.
Due to resource constraints, districts and schools often have needs for educational tools and experiences beyond current budgets.
Outside funding in the form of government and private grants can be the answer for teachers and their students. That’s why we have developed a detailed list of grants by category that can be used for education technology to help get telepresence robots into your classrooms.
Simply complete the form to receive your free education technology grants guide today.
“Our Benjamin is 7 years old now and he has spinal muscular atrophy which makes him unable to move around but it doesn’t affect his cognitive ability. So interaction with other kids at school is a critical thing for him to feel like a normal kid.”
“The telepresence robots stand in the classrooms of sick kids and connect them. By putting robots in their classrooms, we are enabling sick students to see and hear their teachers and classmates, in real-time, and be seen and heard.”