We’ve been hearing reports from therapists and players around the world about the different objects they use to play Timocco. And we’ve noticed ourselves that if we don’t have one of our special ball-gloves handy, there’s nearly always a convenient substitute somewhere within reach – almost any red, blue or green object will do!
We’ve noticed another thing also – using different objects can be a good way to work on developing particular skills. For instance, using heavier objects to play Timocco can be a great way to develop upper body strength, and using smaller objects can help improve fine motor skills. So if you’re looking for ways to work on a particular skill during a player’s Timocco Time, that’s a good way to start!
We want to hear about more ways people are playing Timocco, so we’re launching a fun and friendly contest to see what ideas you can come up with. Don’t forget, objects need to be red, blue or green for Timocco’s tracker to identify them, but that’s about all. Here’s a hint – we’ve found you can play Timocco with things you wear, eat, drink or play with… and the list goes on.
We’re currently working on series of clips to show players and therapists the many ways you can play Timocco, but we want to hear your ideas as well. We’ll let our team of in-house OTs be the judges, and we’ll film a clip with Timocco’s CEO, Eran Arden, demonstrating how to use the objects suggested in the winning clip.
You can email us your idea, post it on our facebook page, tweet it to us or make your own video clip and send us the link (we’ll post it on our youtube channel if you’d like). The winning player will get an additional month on their Timocco package for FREE and the winning therapist will get one FREE month for all their registered players!
So – How Do You Play Timocco?
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