Todaywe have a guest blog postfrom a special education teacher of over 20 years.Pam has implemented visual schedulesinto her classroom to help aid her students withAutism Spectrum Disorder(ASD). Learn ways to use visual schedules and visual timers to support your child or student withAutism Spectrum Disorder.
Dr. Diane Twachtman-Cullen is a licensed speech-language pathologist specializing in autism spectrum disorders. Read why Time Timer is her ‘Gold Standard’ when it comes to visual support for students with ASD and ways to utilize it.
Today we feature an interview with a long-time Time Timer fan, Terri. Terri shares her storyaboutbecoming involved in the Autismcommunity after her son Bayley’s diagnosis.She shares advice and how Bayley’s diagnosis changed their lives for the better
Learn about the strengths of individuals with Autism Spectrum Disorder through theviewpointof special education teachers. This blog post is one of many from experts during Autism Awareness and Acceptance Month.
Christmas Eve is a day filled with so much excitement and is also filled with a tremendous amount of anticipation. The anticipation of relatives and friends coming for a visit, the delicious meal and goodies and of course the presents to be unwrapped. With the right strategies this can be mitigated and hopefully a well-managed Christmas Eve.
Our 2020 Holiday Gift Guide Part 1: Family and Home is here! We’re sharing gift ideas for kids, families, and everything you and your loved ones need at home. The Time Timer family of products are perfect for creating less stress and more ease for everyone, wherever you work, rest, and play.
Students with cognitive disabilities often face challenges related to independent functioning.Structured work systemscan help students develop independent functioning skills.Theyare agreat way for parents to add structureduring the summer monthsand toenhance a teacher’s classroom routine once school is in session again.
With many schools closed due to COVID-19, there has been renewed (and much deserved!) appreciation for educators and everything they do to support our young people. We’re pleased to share the third post in our School Spotlight series, and here we shine a bright light on the Maryland School for the Blind in Baltimore.
The COVID-19 pandemic has altered daily routines for millions of people around the world. With many schools closed, a quick transition has been made to online learning.Chelsea Pierce, an education scholar,explains how the Time Timer can help parents and teachers support students with diverse needs during this time.
Our Holiday Gift Guide is here! We’re sharing gift ideas for the special people in your life. The Time Timer family of products are perfect for creating less stress and more ease for everyone, whether at home, school, or work.
By Jo Adkins – Author of Tips for Toileting: A guide for parents and professionals toilet training children with Autism. Toilet training your child is a big task even for neuro-typical children. Jo Adkins gives us tips on how to make it easier and help ensure success for kids of various cognitive abilities.