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. 2019 Exergame and Interactive Fitness Gaming Highlights

      Hope your Holiday Season has started off on a high note! As we roll into 2020 I wanted to take a little time to thank everyone for keeping up to date on how Exergaming is transforming non-profits, schools, and health clubs around the country. 2019 has been a great year but there is MORE that can be done from our youngest kids, to our oldest adults. As you look over your 2020 plans I would h…Read More

  3. Metro School Adds tWall to their Sensory Room for Students

    Charlotte-Mecklenburg Schools (CMS) is located in the Charlotte, North Carolina region and provides academic instruction, rigor and support each school day to more than 148,299 students in kindergarten through 12th grade in 175​ schools throughout the cities and towns of Mecklenburg County. CMS believes setting high standards for all students creates a greater opportunity for future success – …Read More

  4. Smithtown Central School District – Installs Sensory Therapeutic Room

      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 r…Read More