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. Somerset School District Uses tWall for Interdisciplinary Sensory Room

      Somerset Hills School District in NJ is a K-12 School district in the boroughs of Bernardsville, Far Hills, and Peapack-Gladstone.  Within this district is Bernardsville Elementary and Middle School.  Here they provide academic, social and personal growth with four interdisciplinary levels in core subject levels, including literacy, performing arts, science, Social Studies and more. As p…Read More

  3. Iowa State Implements Dynavision for Optimal Athletic Performance

    Back at the end of the year Iowa State University in Ames, Iowa; was one of the new owners of the Dynavision D2 from Exergame Fitness. DynaVision, the light-training reaction device, developed to train sensory motor integration through the visual system. The increased ability to receive visual stimuli, mentally process this information, then react to it with a motor response, has vast implications…Read More