We met Kari, a mom with two kids on the Autism spectrum, the other week at the OCALI Conference in Ohio. She recently posted a few great videos of her son playing Timocco to her blog that are worth checking out! Here are the videos: Falling Fruit Order up! What's next? Make sure to check out more videos on our YouTube Channel! … [Read more...]
Have you played Timocco’s didactic games?
Timocco’s didactic games - Hungry Frog, Dig It and Feed the Rabbits - are designed to improve motor and cognitive skills and they help kids learn important things like number and color recognition, math skills, quantity perception and more! We’ve added some how-to videos to our Youtube channel to help therapists and players see how the games are played and we’ve added some useful tips. You can find the clips below. Hungry Frog Help our hungry frog catch her dinner by pointing … [Read more...]
Your Order is Ready – Another New Game From Timocco!
Ever noticed that good waiters have good memory skills? It takes practice to remember what people want to eat, drink, and what desserts they've ordered. So we’ve put together a new game to keep them on their toes… and it’ll help kids build motor and cognitive skills also! The game’s called Order Up! - and it features a busy waiter in a restaurant who’s having a bit of trouble juggling all the plates, drinks and treats he needs to stack on his tray and deliver to tables. Timocco players … [Read more...]
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 the development of motor and cognitive skills through innovative gaming.” - Zack Miller, Forbes Magazine … [Read more...]
Ori, a 5 year old with Autism plays Timocco to get focused
“I work with Ori, a charming 5 year-old with autism," says a Kindergarten OT when asked about working with Timocco. Ori is considered to be at a moderate to high functioning level and has difficulties with self-regulation and organization. Even when performing activities he is familiar with, he has problems because of these difficulties. Furthermore, Ori doesn’t stay focused for long periods of time and is easily distracted. In the kindergarten, Ori uses communication cards to express his … [Read more...]