Developing time awareness can help ease uncertainty and potential conflicts for children with special needs. Unexpected time transitions can induce anxiety and create conflict between the child and their caregivers.
With bright lights and distinct sounds, the Stoplight Golight timer engages two senses to make time cues much more apparent. This can help the child understand when it's time to focus and when a transition is around the corner.
Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD)
For some children with ASD, audio and visual cues can make the concept of time much easier to grasp.
With Stoplight Golight, once the timer starts, the red light illuminates and stays on until time ends. This constant visual cue serves as a simple reminder for the child to stay on task.
Kids with ADD or ADHD can easily lose track of time and spend way too long on a single task. However, Stoplight Golight's visual time indicators
For example, when the timer starts, the red light illuminates and stays on until time ends. This constant visual cue serves as a simple reminder for the child to stay on task.
With both audio and visual time indicators, Stoplight Golight is an excellent timer for children with sensory impairments. Even if the child can't see the lights change, they'll be able to hear the auditory indicators and stay on track.