Scientifically validated strategies in one digital solution
Research study with Aalborg University
Tiimo currently has a research collaboration with Aalborg University in Denmark on the effects of using Tiimo as a support-tool for children, where Tiimo is used to measure the participants' changes in mood throughout the day. In this way, parents and specialists can gain insight into a particular child's daily needs and challenges, as well as potential solutions to these. The results of the study are expected to be published in 2019.
Designed and developed together with families and experts
Tiimo was been designed and developed in collaboration with over 50 families and experts, and has undergone tests on its ability to support neurodivergent children and adolescents in both schools and private contexts. Feedback from these has been very positive and participants testify to Tiimo's ability to help them or their children feel more calm, more independent, and overall happier.
Tiimo has shown a positive effect on people's self-reliance in relation to the need for support and guidance in daily life - and can even help reduce stress and conflict. This is possible because Tiimo's evidence-based design combines structure, time management, icons, and reminders in one simple solution.
These methods have been scientifically recognized and used for many years, but so far only existed as analog tools or expensive digital solutions. These include simple calendars, pictograms, timers, and Boardmaker.
Tiimo is everything and much more at the same time.
Recommended by Assistive Technology Base Denmark
Tiimo is recognized by Assistive Technology Base Denmark and is recommended by the National Board of Social Services as part of the National Plan of Action for ADHD as an assistive technology solution for people with attention deficit.
“People with ADHD can benefit from assistive technology solutions for planning of everyday life and reducing stress. Tiimo can also support communication, social interaction, and participation in society.”
National ADHD Action Plan