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. Using the tWall For Physical Therapy and Neurological Improvement

      The tWall can be a great addition for people who are in physical therapy. The tWall is an interactive touch wall that provides sensory feedback via lights and touch sensors. People who are recovering from brain injuries and concussions especially benefit from tWall. This interactive touch wall can help improve hand-eye coordination and reaction time. Injuries to the brain can cause a decrea…Read More