Our Research

We have been observing significant improvements in children's balance, emotional regulation, strength, social skills, play skills, and creativity — even in just the course of one week. We also strive to provide evidence-based study data.  We have been conducting ongoing research with The University of New Hampshire.

"The results suggest that the quality of social interaction among the children did collectively differ between TimberNook and the children’s typical play environment. The environments were specifically different in their supportiveness regarding the objects available, the amount of space and configuration of that space, and sensory opportunities. We concluded that environments offering greater opportunities of objects, space, and sensory exploration, such as TimberNook, appear to support better quality of social interaction.​" — UNH Occupational Therapy Research Study (Summer of 2016)

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