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3 Ways to Help Kids with Autism/ADHD Build Social Skills at Home

By Jill Wichern on July 6, 2020

Social skills can be difficult to navigate for everyone. Even as adults, we often worry and wonder about our social interactions with others: Was our message received the way we intended? Is our friend mad at us for a perceived faux pas? What did that look passed between two others while we were speaking mean?

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Resources for Talking to Your Child or Teen About Racism

By Morgan Koder on June 9, 2020

Black lives matter.

Below is a list of resources with important historical data, help for processing emotions related to current events, and ways to keep anti-racism at the forefront. Parents can share with their children to facilitate discussion and encourage reflection.

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Dear Parents: 5 Things Teachers Want You to Know During COVID-19

By Jill Wichern on May 26, 2020

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Free Educational Resources for Students at Home During COVID-19

By Lara Hill on March 17, 2020

Many schools have closed due to COVID-19, and more will likely follow suit. As a result, adults are dealing with a host of new stressors, including the sudden challenge of keeping their kids engaged during the day.

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How to Help Your ADHD Child Make & Keep Friends

By Morgan Koder on March 3, 2020

Having healthy friendships is an important part of developing lifelong social skills. For many children, these bonds build naturally and are lasting.

Unfortunately, a child with ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder) often has difficulty making and keeping friends. Understanding how your ADHD child’s brain works will show you how to help your ADHD child make and keep friends.

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Top 5 Ways to Use Revibe's 'Text Reminder' Feature

By Jordan Nerney on December 12, 2019

Text Reminders are an easy, effective way to support your child

We could all use a personal assistant to chauffeur us through the day, reminding us of important tasks and helping us manage our time. For some students struggling with focus and task-completion, this constant 1-on-1 assistance is a reality in the classroom but it's far less glamorous. In fact, it can be ostracizing. But if you find yourself wishing you could be at school with your child to nudge them in the right direction and provide positive affirmation, you're not alone. This is why Revibe has included a customizable Text Reminder feature alongside of its automated Vibration Reminders. 

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School Report | NEW on the App

By Gwen Campell on November 25, 2019

The Revibe app makes it easy for parents to securely sync, store and view their child's Revibe user data on a mobile device or computer. But most children that struggle with focus and attention have a team of stakeholders assisting them (parents, guardians, relatives, teachers, clinicians, etc...), so what's the best way to keep the entire group updated and on the same page about the child? This is why Team Revibe created the School Report PDF. 

Topics: New on the App!
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Sebrena's 9 yr. old Improves Grades and Behavior with Revibe

By Jordan Nerney on October 30, 2019

When her 9-year-old's school recommended he have a permanent 1-on-1 helper to keep him on-task, Sebrena feared this would ostracize her son, and looked to the internet for a different option. She found Revibe, which gave him the discrete 1-on-1 help he needed, and gave her feedback about his behavior that was ACTUALLY helpful.

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What We Want You to Know About Us

By Morgan Koder on September 27, 2019

Meet Our Team

You may know about the watch, the vibration reminders, the focus-tracking app, etc...but what about the people?

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