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Has your child been diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder? Does your child have other special needs? Are you feeling a bit frustrated with the lack of development from government run programs that mean well, but you know there has to be more to help your special needs child develop? You are in luck, the best place for you to take your special needs child is to the We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym. Their unique sensory pay equipment is specifically geared toward helping children who are on the Spectrum or have other special needs with their growth and development physically, psychologically, socially, and emotionally. If you are afraid your child may be too young for the gym, don’t fret, the We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym is able to work with children and parents as young as twelve months old and is a great gym for toddlers to play and develop.
With the success of the first We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym in Tarzana, CA which had become a destination location for parents to bring children of all ability levels, the We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym team branched out and opened its first franchise location and the only kids gym in Studio City of its type. As an inclusive place for children to play and grow together the We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym was growing and developing itself.
As a parent have you ever heard your children whine about having to go outside to play? It’s too hot, it’s raining, but Mom I just saw a tornado, are all excuses some kids might use to not want to go outside. Ok the last one was a bit far-fetched and only meant as a bad joke, but the reality is sometimes the weather doesn’t permit kids to be outside and play, but there is a great alternative to being outside, a gym that is full of indoor kids playground equipment would be the perfect place to take kids.
Many kids grow up wanting to be professional athletes, and some enter into sports for the enjoyment, social interaction, and structure provided by organized athletics. No matter what reason kids have for playing sports the bottom line is sports are great for kids to develop and grow socially and physically. Sometimes parents have a difficult time figuring out what kids want to do when sports seasons are at an end. Many activity centers don’t offer as much development and growth as parents of young and developing athletes would want their kids to experience. It’s also sometimes hard to find fun things to do in California for kids, but not anymore.
Studio City (cbsla.com): Mom’s Dream Of Opening Kids’ Gym Turning Into Nightmare. A mother says her dream of opening a fun and specialized gym for all kids has turned into a nightmare. Dina Kimmel is involved in a bitter dispute with a neighboring business owner. Please check this link for more information
In honor of Mother’s Day, this issue of TRIBE pays tribute to those driven, talented women who have dedicated their lives to the growth and well-being of two sets of offspring: one of their wombs and one of their imaginations. — Dina Kimmel, a self-described “granola girl,” grew up in the Santa Cruz Mountains but eventually found her way down to the San Fernando Valley. For the past 22 years, Kimmel has been a successful businesswoman, owning and operating a variety of stores in the Valley, including 15 years as owner of Lucky You, a resale clothing store. The inspiration for her newest business venture, We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym, was her son, Gabriel. Please check this link for more information