1. 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

  2. Special Education Learning Center Adds Exergame for Instruction

      Carl Sandburg Learning Center is a small, public, elementary school dedicated to providing special education instruction to students with multiple disabilities. It is part of the Montgomery County Public School system and is located in Rockville, Maryland, a suburb of Washington, D.C. Sandburg serves about 115 students in grades kindergarten through 5th grade in a highly structured classrooms o…Read More

  3. Sensory Room and the Special Education Application

      A sensory room is a therapeutic space with a variety of equipment that provides students with special needs with personalized sensory input. Sensory rooms help these children stay calm and focused, so they can be better prepared for learning and interacting with others. One perfect example of a school that developed a sensory room was Hanover Elementary School in Meriden CT. They use it for…Read More

  4. Makoto Arena and the Special Needs Population

    The Makoto-Arena is a beneficial tool for the Special Needs population and therapy market. Makoto works on timing, rhythm, and response-to-stimuli with the entire body. Studies of therapies have shown significant improvement in visual, cardiovascular, and neurological performance. These improvements include the areas of memory, speech, learning disabilities, cognitive processing, and more.  Using…Read More