Wednesday, January 13, 2016

WatchMinder Review



Simple. Programmable. Discreet.

The vibrating wristwatch that will privately cue you through your day.

The WatchMinder is designed to help children and adults with ADHD and those with other special needs.

The watch helps people manage their time, stay focused and helps them modify their thoughts and behaviors.
Invented by a child psychologist, the WatchMinder is being used world-wide by over 50,000 people.


Having worked with 6 teenage boys with special needs, I was happy to get this WatchMinder.  I can see how this watch would be a great benefit for those that need it. I think this is a fabulous idea for anyone  who needs a reminder to keep on track for the day. I especially like that it creates a timed schedule and is a constant throughout the day and week.  


I like that it gives more independence as well as accountability.  I like that it can also be used for someone on a diet/work out program or as a medication reminder.  I am sure there are a lot of other uses for this WatchMinder and it seems to be very helpful for time management and behavior modification.  I think it would be a nice gift for anyone with these needs.

I received this product in exchange for a review. All my opinions are my own, based on my personal experience with the product. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

1 comment:

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