Timocco turns therapy into fun

Play At Home Now Timocco for Therapists

Our games motivate kids to develop skills through play

Timocco’s cutting-edge motion games motivate kids at home and in therapy

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    Our games are specially made for:

  • Timocco helps kids with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity... Read more
  • Timocco helps kids with Autism Spectrum Disorder... Read more
  • Timocco helps kids with Cerebral Palsy... Read more
  • Timocco helps kids with Developmental Coordination Disorder... Read more
  • Timocco helps kids with Learning Disabilities to: Learn... Read more
  • It’s fun for kids and easy-to-use for their parent-therapist teams.

See what others are saying about us:

Timocco has been an excellent addition to my lessons; as well as increasing the students’ fine motor skills and awareness of cause and effect, it’s a fun and engaging activity that they can really enjoy.

Katie Chapman, Charlton Park Academy

Timocco has helped Maya improve motor planning, motor accuracy, eye-hand coordination, midline crossing, physical strengthening and cognitive skills like understanding complex commands.

Renana Yefet, OT

Tomer’s progress—from complete inability to participate in spacial activities to active participation for a length of time—was astonishing.  Not only was he willing to participate in activities, at the beginning of a session he explicitly asks to play by saying: “Monkey, monkey”.

Avital Ya’akovi, OT

Ben was highly motivated to play the games and as a result, he used his weaker hand constantly and for longer periods of time. He played, succeeded, had fun and most of all, worked on strengthening his upper extremities and learned to believe in his abilities.

Developmental PT

Within a few months Hen-lee demonstrated improvement in her upper extremity movements and visual performance. She initiates more movements with her right hand and is successful in games that require visual discrimination.”

Noa Nitzan, OT

I am very impressed with the games themselves. The content was brilliantly designed. The games are fun, friendly, and engaging for the children in a developmentally appropriate way. It is very refreshing.

Yita Rimmer, OT

Research and Publication

From our blog:

  • AskSaritsq

    Ask Sarit: Using Computer Gaming Software as Assistive Technology

    Hi, I’m a therapist at a child development center. We’ve seen the Timocco platform and formed a favorable impression, but as therapeutic staff we’re wondering whether we should be using a computer during therapy? Our clients are accustomed to them at home all the time anyway.” It’s exactly because they have a computer at home, […]

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    Timocco in Forbes: Changing the Lives of the Disabled in 2015

    We are proud to share with you this article in Forbes.com that lists Timocco as a company that “will dramatically improve the livesof the disabled in 2015.” “Research shows that many kids with special needs struggle to find the motivation to undergo therapy. Timocco, a virtual motion gaming system, believes it’s found a solution by accelerating […]