Kids daydream. RE-vibe brings them back.
Rich Brancaccio founded FokusLabs to create specialized tools to help kids overcome their difficulties. He has spent the majority of his career working as a school psychologist specializing in autism spectrum disorders, serving on several school district autism evaluation teams. I’ve personally spoken to Rich, and I can tell you he is truly passionate about helping children with various difficulties overcome obstacles to attain success. RE-vibe is one of his specialized tools, aimed at helping those with inattention and difficulty staying on task.
What is RE-vibe?
RE-vibe uses gentle vibrations to bring wandering minds back on task, fostering independence and confidence in the classroom. It’s a new vibration reminder wristband designed to help students ages 6+ who struggle with on-task behavior. RE-vibe encourages students to spend more time engaged in learning, reducing the need for parent and teacher interventions.
RE-vibe’s proprietary algorithm empowers students by sending quiet vibrations at strategic intervals to remind them to check and correct their own off-task behaviors.
How do I try RE-vibe with my child?
Well, you can certainly click over to Amazon and purchase a RE-vibe for your child. However, FokusLabs has been kind enough to provide a wristband for one lucky Parenting ADHD & Autism reader! Just enter through the Rafflecopter below. I’ll choose one lucky winner on February 19th.
Personal Truth is Everything
I’m afraid I’m going to start sounding like a broken record about discovering, listening to, and accepting Your Child’s Personal Truth — but it’s that important, and it’s that powerful. When you truly understand your child and the way their brain works and what their experience in this world is like, you have the ability to set them up for success, and to reduce your parent and family stress. It’s absolutely a win-win! I just can’t emphasize the importance of Your Child’s Truth enough. It’s the golden ticket in this special parenthood, folks! It’s made a monumental difference in our family.
The holidays are fraught with traps for kids with ADHD and/or autism. Schedules and routines are out the window. Impulsivity is tested at every turn. Social gatherings are frequent — also loud and overwhelming. A healthy lifestyle is often put on hold. It’s nearly impossible for kids with ADHD and/or autism not to struggle during the holiday season — the pitfalls are everywhere. You have the power to not let this testing of limits ruin your family time though (like we almost did one Christmas several years ago). Here’s how…