All children are instantly determined to move the ball. People laugh, cheer, clap, and feel an indescribable sense of accomplishment when they succeed. It’s a truly fascinating feeling to control the ball with your body without touching it!
Qbi: the centre of attention
Qbi grabs your attention and focus in a playful way. Attention is instantly focused on moving the ball in the right direction with the body. Children subconsciously seek the limits of their physical abilities. This makes Qbi an effective tool and offers you plenty of application possibilities within the field of paediatric care. The Qbi exercises can be used in physiotherapy and rehabilitative care, and are also an effective educational tool to help both individuals and groups learn through play.
With Qbi more active in life
Qbi was initially developed to encourage people to exercise more; however, during a demonstration at a school for disabled children, it was found that Qbi also helped pupils with ADHD become calmer. This was due to the extreme concentration needed to control the body in order to guide the ball and complete the challenges.
Qbi: a unique form of positive experiential therapy
Qbi is a unique way to get children moving and was inspired by old street games. It’s a fascinating and captivating feeling to control the ball without touching it!
Two to four people can control their own ball at the same time on the playing field. Each ball lights up with its own colour, making it easy to tell apart. A competition can be held using different game elements and tools to encourage movement through play. Fun action and reaction games are also possible with Qbi.
For most people, Qbi is a way to have fun as a group, to encourage each other, and to relax. With Qbi, exercise therapy becomes a form of positive experiential therapy.
Qbi and education
With Qbi, children focus better on an exercise and remember it better as well. Qbi can have a positive effect on spatial awareness, verbal skills, addition skills, and communicating with words, while also helping towards resolving communication, concentration, and attention problems. It can also be used as a serious game for educational purposes. Qbi is an attention grabber and makes learning fun!
As a former physiotherapist, I have a lot experience working with children with a physical disability. I think Qbi is particularly fun and beneficial for these children and for elderly people. Annick Bos, former physiotherapist with hands-on experience
Qbi has a positive effect on the general well-being of children
Qbi has been proven in several care facilities to have a positive effect on the general well-being of children. These positive effects were found on the physical, cognitive, and social level. Qbi is a playful way to encourage children to make more of an effort while moving and to concentrate more and longer than usual.
Qineto develops sustainable tools
Our goal is to develop tools that encourage your clients to get active and help them enjoy the therapeutic process.
Qbi brings both physical and cognitive exercises together in one device, making it perfect for learning through play. Qineto continuously develops interactive tools, with and without accompanying software. These physically present tools can be activated with the ball.