1. Lifestyles of the Disabled Uses Interactive tWall for Special Needs

      Lifestyles for the Disabled began operating in 1994 through the collaboration of parents, community organizations, local business people and a group of developmentally disabled adults (program participants). Each group recognized the need to develop programs that provide participants with realistic work settings and experiences within the Staten Island community and beyond. Part of the work…Read More

  2. iDance 2 Provides Cognitive and Physical Benefits

      Do you want to incorporate a dance and step games at your facility? How are you keeping your members engaged? If you’re looking for fresh ideas, then check out the iDance! iDance is a fun and challenging group exercise dance game of visual perception and physical skill. It has a variety of features that truly set it apart from other dance games. It also provides physical and cognitive ben…Read More

  3. Exergaming and Interactive Fitness for Physical Therapy and Rehabilitation

      Are you looking for new ways to enhance neurological and cognitive development for your patients? Then Exergame Fitness is a place to look for some of our innovative interactive fitness products! We offer a wide selection of items that can be beneficial for the physical therapy and rehab markets. Products like the tWall, tWall Plus, Makoto, DDR, Square 3.0 and Dynavision. These items help t…Read More

  4. UT Southwestern Uses tWall for Rehab and Fitness Training

    UT Southwestern is one of the world's top academic medical centers in the US, treating more than 60 subspecialties, several of which are consistently ranked among the nation's best by U.S. News & World Report.  One of the largest medical schools in the country, UT Southwestern annually trains about 3,700 medical, graduate, and health-professions students, residents, and postdoctoral fellows …Read More