Your feedback as a parent is so valuable to us here at Revibe! You are the ones who do the daily work in raising your kids — we are just here to provide resources to aid you in that journey (and to cheer you on of course). Here are 5 of the most popular reasons why parents are loving Revibe Connect:
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In 2019, the Revibe team had the opportunity to volunteer at Camp Royall — the nation’s largest and oldest autism camp. Serving thousands of people each year, Camp Royall offers year-round residential and day camps, including some age-specific and family-oriented retreats. From the camp activities to the living quarters, Camp Royall is specifically designed to meet the needs of those with autism and increase their confidence, independence, and willingness to try new things.
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Although the Revibe Connect App is colorful and full of useful information, if we are honest, it has been mostly geared towards adult use…until now! Our team has created a zone within the Revibe Connect app where your child can feel more motivated, encouraged, and all-around excited about meeting their focus goals. By sharing the data gathered from your child throughout the day with them, they can have a better understanding of their own focus/attention and how to improve in those areas throughout the day. Here are 3 reasons to get excited about the first big feature we are introducing to Revibe’s ‘Kids Zone': badges!
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We all have a passion — something that we pursue when we feel our best and that lifts us up when we feel our worst. For Bri, this passion is comic illustration. Bri uses her talent in art to educate and commiserate with those around her who might be going through a similar journey with ADHD. This wife, mom, and illustrator shared how she has been able to turn her experiences with ADHD into a creative, educational tool. Listen to the interview on YouTube, or read it below!
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Although there are things to love about your child’s ADHD (Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder), there are also common struggles that come with it. Research shows that children with ADHD are more likely to deal with depression, anxiety, and low-self esteem. This can often stem from the child not feeling in control of the symptoms they are experiencing on a daily basis. We want to help you, as a parent, instill confidence in your child despite the struggles they may encounter due to their symptoms. Here are 5 ways to boost your ADHD child’s confidence:
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Last year was tough for the majority of us, but each new year comes with a fresh slate and a new perspective. As adults, we like to feel prepared for the transition into a new season, so why wouldn’t our kids feel the same way? Whether it is breaking out that new planner or creating new resolutions, we all like to set ourselves up for success. Here are some tips to help your child with ADHD transition smoothly into the new year: