Is waking your child up in the morning a battle that gets everybody’s day off on the wrong foot? Maybe a better wake-up method would help. Kids with sensory challenges may have particular problems with the standard alarm-clock signal of a loud blaring noise. If you’re under-sensitive to sound, that’s not going to rouse you, and if you’re over-sensitive, it’s an upsetting way to awaken.

The alarm clocks gathered here use different senses to beckon sleepers from their slumber, and the ones that still use sound offer variations that can make them a better option than what you’ve been trying and be failing with. (Please note: Prices are as listed at the time of publication and may vary.)



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