CSUN hosted its fifth annual Special Needs Resource Fair on Sunday, which is dedicated to connecting families with children with special needs to an array of resources in San Fernando Valley. Families led by their excited children arrived at the University Student Union to dozens of informational booths, carnival games and a live band. Parents
Join us on Sunday, October 22nd, 2017 at the 5th annual CSU Northridge Special Needs Resource Fair! Enjoy special needs resources, food, music, therapy dogs and much more!
Raising a child is a demanding job for any parent, especially when supportive resources seem to be elusive or nonexistent. For families whose children have special needs, the task can be even harder. The Family Focus Resource Center at California State University, Northridge will host its annual Special Needs Resource Fair on Sunday, Oct. 22,
Los Angeles Business Journal Women’s Summit: FINALISTS – DINA KIMMEL, We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym – Los Angeles Business Journal
Dina Kimmel is the CEO and Founder of We Rock the Spectrum. A passionate autism mom, Kimmel has dedicated her life to developing and growing resources for the special needs population, especially children. Kimmel studied business marketing and accounting in college and has always had a keen mind for entrepreneurship, running her own successful retail
This month, we’d like to shine a spotlight on ZOOZ Fitness, an amazing fitness program based in LA designed specifically for young adults with special needs. Fitness is of the utmost importance in any child’s life but for a child on the autism spectrum, leading a healthy, active life can often be a challenge. This
This school year, our After School Club will be in session! Call us to sign up: 818-708-0680.
Come and get your playtime in before Summer’s over! $27 for 3 Open Play Passes and $27 for 3 Hours of Break Time/We Rock Care
Dear We Rockers, My son, Gabriel’s therapist and companion just shared this with me and I am absolutely emotional as I type and share this video with you. In this video, Gabriel is at camp, teaching the younger campers how to Whip and Nae Nae! This has been an eight-year journey with Gabriel on the spectrum. I know
This month, we’d like to recognize Arlette as our Volunteer of the Month! Arlette has been incredibly helpful at the gym and at our recent Rockin’ Resource Fair — and the kids love her! Thank you, Arlette, for all that you do! Your hard work is greatly appreciated.
The saying goes “If you’ve met one person with autism, you’ve met one person with autism.” Nowhere is that truer than when it comes to teaching children with autism. There are many methods of teaching kids with autism but for non-verbal children, breakthroughs in education and communication are harder to come by. Parents of these children work tirelessly
At We Rock the Spectrum, the philosophy of full inclusion resonates throughout every aspect of our business — from our gyms across the world to our corporate offices. Our mission is to ensure that everyone feels welcomed and accepted. This is why progressive employment is an important part of our company. We emphasize to all
Rock Boy—he’s the mascot of We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym who’s come to symbolize fun and full-inclusion to families all over the world. He adorns every We Rock the Spectrum signage from the storefronts to the walls of our gyms. For kids, his bright red t-shirt, welcoming smile, and rockin’ hands means “It’s playtime!”