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Autism and Transitions: How Time Timer Can Help

Autism and Transitions: How Time Timer Can Help

Learn about the relationship between autism and transitions, why transitions are difficult for people with autism, and how to h...

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By Time Timer

Time Timer Visual Scheduler: Structuring Daily Routines

Time Timer Visual Scheduler: Structuring Daily Routines

Visual timers are beneficial for people of all ages- from toddlers to seniors! Timers assist us by providing structure; guiding...

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By Chelsea Pierce

Is It Won’t or Can’t?

Is It Won’t or Can’t?

By Penny Williams    “My kid won’t do his homework.”   “My kid won’t finish her chores.”  “My kid won’t tell me how their ...

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By Penny Williams

The Time Timer: A Multifaceted Equal Opportunity Executive Function Support

The Time Timer: A Multifaceted Equal Opportunity Executive Function Support

The foregoing examples are just a few of the myriad ways in which the Time Timer can be used to shore-up a weak or immature exe...

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By Dr. Diane Twachtman-Cullen

Autistic and Neurodivergent-Friendly Mindfulness Practices

Autistic and Neurodivergent-Friendly Mindfulness Practices

For autistic and neurodivergent individuals, stress, anxiety, sensory overwhelm, and difficulties with focus and sleep are comm...

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By Jodie Martin

Creating Consistency in Every Environment with Time Timer

Creating Consistency in Every Environment with Time Timer

For students with disabilities, consistency is key. Using the same tools and strategies at school, home, and in the community c...

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By Catherine Whitcher