March 27this National Assistive Technology Awareness Day.Do you find yourself suddenly teaching your child with special needs at home?Time Timer has been a proud Assistive Technology product forover25 yearsandcan be a great tool forstudentsduring this period of at-home learningdue to the Coronaviruspandemic.
With students staying home from school due to COVID-19, families are experiencing unplanned disruptions to regular routines.Sincemany of us are trying to balance work from home responsibilities with our children’s schooling and care, we’ve put together a few tips, ideas, and resourcesto help navigate this time.
At Time Timer, developing innovative solutions with Intellectual Property has been a foundation of business and growth. Dave Rogers, Co-President of Time Timer, gives us his insights on the importance of protecting your intellectual property and getting your products patented.
Do you find yourself jumping from one task to the next? Do you multitask all day long yet feel like you don’t get anything done? The less youhave toswitch gears, the more you can focus on the task at hand. We share how batch tasking can improve focus, save time, and create space in your life for what matters most.
February is Low Vision Awareness Month. There is a wide array of products that assist people with varying vision needs including magnifiers, reading devices, keyboards, and of course, the Time Timer. Here is a list of some of our favorite products that we find can be helpful and how.
This is the second post in our series featuring amazing schools around the country, and we’re taking a deeper look at the Springer School and Center in Cincinnati. It’s focused on helping children with learning disabilities reach their full potentials. Read on to find out what makes the school so special.
Now that the holiday decorations are back in storage and the dust has settled on the new year, it’s the perfect time to dive into reflecting on the past year and consider how you’d like this year to look. Set aside one hour for your personal year in review and discover your intentions for the year ahead. Let’s get started.
A new year often brings with it a desire to turn inward and reflect on where we’ve been and what’s ahead. We know that one of the biggest challenges in daily life is resisting the busyness of today’s world. If you would like to find more space and be less overwhelmed this year, we have a few tips to help you make every moment count, every day.