The Smithtown School District is dedicated to educating students to develop desired moral, ethical, and cultural values, to stimulate and expand a continual learning process and to cultivate an understanding and appreciation of the rights and responsibilities of American citizens, which will enable them to function effectively as independent individuals in a democratic society.
One of the recent developments at Nesaquake Middle School within Smithtown School District has been addition of their sensory therapeutic room. With this room the staff at Nesaquake is focusing on improved services, improving student outcomes, and taking a cost saving approach by not using support services. One of the key pieces in this room is the tWall 64. The tWall is a multifunctional fitness, sports, performance and therapy touch wall provides a fantastic movement based workout across numerous applications.
With the tWall students on the autism spectrum, those with ADD, ADHD, and Behavior issues can use it to refocus. Students with other sensory needs, cognitive tasks, or downs syndrome find a fun interactive game that keeps them active.
See another one of our success stories at Meriden School Public Schools and how they use their Lightwall with a variety of other equipment.
With the tWall you can also rain for power, agility, endurance, & more. As the most robust model, the TWall 64 is the largest TWall model with the most training surface available.