1. YMCA of Greater Oklahoma City Adds Interactive Wall to Youth Program

      At the Y they believe that to bring about meaningful change in individuals and communities, they must be focused and accountable. That's why they focus their work in three key areas that are fundamental to strengthening community: youth development, healthy living and social responsibility. As part of the Healthy Living and Youth Development category, they recently added a tWall to their YM…Read More

  2. Roslyn School Dist. Uses Interactive Walls for Autism and Special Ed.

      The Roslyn Union Free School District is situated less than 20 miles from midtown Manhattan. The school district covers an area of five square miles and encompasses a group of primarily residential communities on Long Island's north shore, including the historic Village of Roslyn and all or part of East Hills, Flower Hill, Greenvale, Roslyn Estates, Roslyn Harbor and Roslyn Heights. Within …Read More

  3. Boys & Girls Club – Success Story – Make Fitness Fun – Part 3

      Learn how this Boys & Girls Club of America and Boys & Girls Club of Greater Indiana is impacting their members with the benefits of interactive fitness. In the third part of our series on the Boys & Girls Club of Greater Northwest Indiana, we talk with the ones who you want to impact on the most, THE KIDS! See some of their feelings on how the Exergame equipment has made them e…Read More