It’s true that Time Timer visual timers are an amazing resource that can be a great support tool for people with autism, ADHD, and learning disorders. Yet,Time Timer visual timers are for absolutely everyone! Whether you’re at home or in the office, there’s a million ways to use this awesome visual timer.
By: Emily W. King, Ph.D. Today we have a guest blog post from Dr. Emily W. King. Dr. Emily. W. King is a child psychologist, and former school psychologist, who has spent the last 20 years working with neurodivergent children and teens along with their families and teachers in schools and private practice. Today she shares ways to help manage time without causing more anxiety for neurodivergent children and teens.
By: Sam Palacio. Today we have a guest blog post from Sam. Sam is a mom of two neurodivergent kids with 12 years under her belt navigating the journey with Autism.She is a family photographer that specializes in serving our neurodiverse and differently abled community. Today Sam shares some insights on how to thoughtfully approach and support parents of neurodivergent children.
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.
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.