Parents Testimonials

“The Beamz has opened up a new world of music to my 11 year old daughter Becky, who has severe quadriplegic cerebral palsy…The software is very clever…and the Beamz build creativity so that even a severely disabled child like Becky can experience great success in music making.”

-Fiona Tyler, parent
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“Dan loves loves his new Beamz! Dan attends a private, Christian school in Arlington, Texas for children and adults with Down Syndrome. I think many of the students at his school would love this too. I’m spreading the word!”

-Jenny Ritcher, Dan’s Mother

“Clinton and I enjoy playing Beamz together! We really like being able to build on the background track by adding in different instruments we like. We love that we can make our own music, our own unique songs. Clinton is very animated when he plays Beamz, he really gets into it and he loves doing Karaoke–he makes up his own words instead of reading the word prompts. Big Thanks to Share Your Blessings for the gift of music!”

-Art Gode, Clinton’s Father

“Kevin has been inspired musically by the Beamz. He often sings and plays along to the music and it’s really added an element of great imagination and enjoyment for him. Thank you for the generous gift of the Beamz.”

-Andrea and Brad Wooldridge, Kevin’s Parents

“As a parent I love that I can give Aleah something to do that is therapeutic towards her development while engaging her passions.”

Marzieh Cassidy, Aleah’s Mom
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My son has Sensory Processing Disorder and Autism, The Beamz calms my son anxiety, it’s easy to use, and it makes my son so happy. Thank you, the games to help with eye hand coordination are great, we love this product.”


“My son uses it and he has Down Syndrome, I love that my son can make music on his own because he loves music., I like that it’s easy to use for my son, We all get involved in when my son plays with his Beamz.”


“My daughter has autism and is 12 years old, All the cousins would come over and interact with my daughter with it. It was so neat to watch, Very easy to use, We received the beamz at the end of December. It took her about a month to get comfortable with it. I put a playlist on her iPad with kids using a beamz and by February she started requesting it almost daily, It definitely allowed my daughter to interact with cousins who have never really known how to do things on her level.”


“Michael has Down syndrome and cortical visual impairment, Michael likes that he can participate in making music and beats, Michael enjoys the music and the light beams. Since he does have a visual impairment this is easy for him to see, It is something we all like to play with, We are extremely thankful that Michael was a recipient of the Beamz.”


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