Teachers Testimonials

“I’ve used the Beamz Music System with students that range from kindergarten to fifth grade, both with and without disabilities. Whether using it as a center in my classroom, to help kids with ADHD take a break during their academic day, or to help kids with autism get the sensory input they need, the Beamz delivers an exciting approach to learning while building self-esteem and independence. It would be so beneficial for my students to be able to take this experience into their homes to enjoy with the whole family.”

Anne Fishburne, Resource Specialist, Cajon Valley Unified School District, San Diego County, CA

“Over 20 minutes, we showed her lots of different positions. Then within a moment we noticed her mother’s face light up as the young girl reached for the Beamz with her left hand. This was the first time her mother had ever seen her reach out for anything with her left hand!”

Katrina Davenport, Hearing Specialist, Nebo School District

“I have a student with autism, and he is using it for break times when he is in sensory overload mode or needs an outlet, He uses it about twice a day for about 15 minutes each time. He is more freely able to talk about what is bothering him after he’s had time with Beamz, I love the fact that the students have easy access to it, and it is simple to understand,”

Special Needs Teacher

“Students ranging in age from 4-12, needs ranging from autism to intellectual disabilities to ADHD to emotional disabilities, one of the great benefits is the engagement and language I am able to get from my students, the creativity and problem solving skills I have been able to elicit from my students, We also use the Beamz as reinforcement, for language development during speech and language therapy, I am so grateful that I have been afforded this opportunity to utilize Beamz. What an amazing opportunity!”

Special Needs Teacher

I gave Joey his Beamz and he LOVES it.  I took a video of him playing on David’s and I wish I knew how to send it to you. He visits our quilt group on Wednesdays and as he was playing it, he was calling us all in to see what he was doing.  I knew he would be driving us crazy if we kept it in the quilt room so I hooked it up in the kitchen area away from us     He took to it like a duck to water.  He waved his hands frantically while playing Old McDonald and then when a classical piece came on he waved his hands slowly and in time to the slower tempo.  After he got the hang of it he wouldn’t let me near it.  He’d just say me, me, I do it.  His Granny says he’s up early and playing away.  Poor little guy.  He was born with some type of disability.  He’s had leukemia, then surgeries on his esophagus from the damage from the chemo and just needs a little bit of fun in his life. He has to “fight off” his two brothers  to use it.  Granny says it’s a wonderful addition to his life.  

Sylvia Storey

“My students love the BEAMZ! It has given us a creative and exciting tool to add to our daily activities with all of our students.”

Colleen Presley, Lamar Elementary School

“The ‘Beamz’ equipment has brought new excitement and interest into our music lessons…The units work beautifully alongside our existing equipment to provide quality musical learning experiences.”-Paul Boucher, Music Co-ordinator & Classtecaher, Westover Green Community School

Special Needs Teacher