Approximately 7% of elementary school children in the general public and almost half the children suffering from neurodivergent disabilities have trouble mastering school and daily routines. This may have long term consequences, such as lower average incomes, higher incidences of unemployment, and a higher likelihood of experiencing a permanent state of marginalization in society.
Tackl’s app Habiit uses cognitive behavioral therapy and positive reinforcement techniques to help solve three challenges.
- Structure: Giving the child a better overview and control over everything that will happen during a week.
- Motivation: Applying a digital reward system to make it more motivating to complete tasks and routines.
- Reflection: Providing the child with an opportunity to express opinions and feelings about what happens before and at school.
KEY CUSTOMERS AND INTERNATIONAL PRESENCE
Tackl’s key customers are families with children, schools and municipalities.
The core team behind Tackl possesses complementary skills in programming, child psychology, user experience and interaction design.
Unique selling point
Helping children navigate their life, by making school and everyday routines easier, safer and more motivating.
Tackl has identified East Asia as an exciting region to embark on their international expansion process. For this reason, they are looking for distribution partners, clients, funding and R&D in East Asia.
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