RSRT is Giving Away a Tobii C12!

We are thrilled that a refurbished Tobii c12 with CEye has been donated to RSRT. More and more girls and women with Rett and their families are using eye tracking technology like a Tobii to communicate. We wish we could give one to every family, but we just have one. So we will do a free opportunity drawing and one winner will be randomly selected. The Tobii comes with software, batteries and a charger. It appears in new condition.

In addition to the Tobii and CEye, the winner will receive a free tutorial video from Rett University on how to set up and use the Tobii!

Entering is free and easy. All you need to do is scroll down to the widget below and do one or more of the following tasks:

  • Register with RSRT (worth 2 entries)*
  • Join the RTT Watch mailing list (worth 2 entries)*
  • Follow @RSRT on Twitter (worth 1 entry)
  • Visit us on Facebook (worth 1 entry)
  • Leave a blog post comment (worth 1 entry)

All entries must be received by 5:00 p.m. EST on Monday, December 21 after which the winner will be selected at random. You have to enter to give yourself a chance of winning!

*If you’ve already registered with us or joined the RTT Watch mailing list, you can do it again and it will still be worth 2 entries. If you complete all tasks you have a chance to submit 7 entries!


Update: We have a winner, watch this video to find out who it is!


The winner will be announced on December 22! Good luck to you all.
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  • Becky Gable-Giblin

    All I want for Christmas, is a cure for Rett Syndrome!

    • Katie Foster Smith

      I agree!!!

      • RSRT

        Couldn’t agree more!

  • Silvana

    jaaaaaa this will be the best gift for coco her 4th birthday. It will be amazing if we can communicate after four years!!!!

    • RSRT

      We wish you the best of luck Silvana.

      • Silvana

        Thanks a lot!

  • Aaron Eden

    I don’t personally have a child with Rett Syndrome, but I fight for one in particular and strongly believe that aweaeness will lead to a cure. Thank you for all that you do, RSRT!

    • RSRT

      Thank you sincerely Aaron. It is with the passion of people like yourself, in the network of families, that we can continue to keep growing and funding more research. We value you just as much!