Not just for Autism | Cubbie

Not just for Autism

A Cubbie is not just for autism and diagnosed sensory needs

Some autistic students have ADHD and autism. Maintaining their attention whilst helping them regulate their senses can be a challenge. Cubbie can help. Cubbie has a specific program for ADHD. Instead of the same program running for the duration of the Cubbie Sprint, it automatically changes every two minutes. This helps stop students from getting bored and walking out.

Cubbie also helps with stress and anxiety. The whole school uses a Cubbie. Neurotypical students use it to help with stress and anxiety. Teachers use it for mindfulness, especially before or after the school day.

We regularly speak with our schools and hear many amazing uses.

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    Stressed Students

    A student arrived at school very stressed by events at home and her day was in danger of being a write-off. The teacher guided her to use the Cubbie, which quickly calmed her, and the rest of her day was good.
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    Busy Teachers

    One head reported that when it's quiet, he often notices teachers having a bit of time out in the Cubbie themselves.
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    Some students get stressed or anxious before exams, Cubbie helps them settle down and focus on the tasks.
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    In the wake of Covid, some students are very anxious about attending school again. This is a genuine and current problem that particularly affects those with special educational needs. It is called Educational Support for Medical Absence or ESMA for short. We have heard of schools trialling the use of Cubbie Sprints to help alleviate this problem.

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