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Mom Explores Southwest Florida

Published: February 4, 2021

Blog Post by @momexplores | Linktree  –  aligilbert83 Fort Myers is home to a lot of family activities, but we found a place recently that we fell in love with! It’s called We Rock the Spectrum Fort Myers and it is SUCH a great place for kids! It’s like a sensory gym for kids featuring […]

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Published: July 27, 2020

My name is Mandy Michelle with Housewives in the City and I am on a mission to get my kids lives back to some sort of new mortal that does not steal their childhood from the fun and activities and memories they deserve. So I searched for local SWFL businesses that are doing their part by […]

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6 Tips on How to Talk to Your Kids About COVID-19

Published: March 27, 2020

As fears over the coronavirus (COVID-19) grow, it is becoming imperative for parents to acknowledge and discuss it with their kids. Children may be feeling anxious and stressed about the situation, so staying calm and addressing it head on will help your kids, especially those with special needs, cope with their changing environment. For parents […]

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Fort Myers Indoor Sensory Gym Gets All Kids Moving

Published: March 6, 2020

Fort Myers sensory gym

Regular exercise has countless health benefits for all children – from stronger bodies to sharper minds and improved personal relationships. Children with special needs, comprising about 13 percent of our youth, are no different – even if their abilities are. Yet they tend to get even less exercise than their typically-developing peers. A sensory gym […]

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Our ROCKIN’ Equipment – The Swings

Published: February 2, 2020

Let’s swing our attention over to an important category of equipment at We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym: The Swings! To ensure variety and excitement, all our gyms carry three types of swinging devices: the Carpet Swing, the Hammock Swing, and the Bolster Swing. Looking to get cozy? Sway on the plushy Carpet Swing or […]

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“Finally A Place Where You Never Have To Say I’m Sorry”

Published: January 19, 2020

“Finally A Place Where You Never Have to Say I’m Sorry” By: Armando Yzaguirre A Typical Saturday It was a Saturday and we went to a trampoline park. It was around 11 am when we finished up and were ready to leave. By now, my kids have usually had a mid-morning snack. So, they were […]

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Published: December 23, 2019

Blog is written by Jennifer Feliciano – Author of Where All The Pieces Fit – a Southwest Florida Autism Community Magazine. PLAY THERAPY AND HOW IT CAN HELP CHILDREN ON THE SPECTRUM As we all know children with ASD do not play in the same manner as typically developing children. Children with ASD often lack […]

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How Siblings of Children with Autism are Affected

Published: March 18, 2017

As parents of children with Autism, we understand they require specialized care and attention. Depending upon which part of the spectrum a child falls under, the extent of the support will vary from helping them accomplish daily tasks to needing assisted care on a continual basis. Regardless of the extent of the therapy solutions, parents […]

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7 Ways We Rock the Spectrum Helps Children with ADHD

Published: March 18, 2017

We created the We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym (WRTS) franchise with a unique purpose: to provide children with autism and other special needs an inclusive play environment they could enjoy with their peers. At WRTS, children are able to take advantage of sensory play equipment in order to grow and develop the skills they […]

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We Rock the Spectrum is for All Parents!

Published: March 18, 2017

The team at We Rock The Spectrum Kid’s Gym offers a long list of activities for special needs children to participate in and enjoy with their typically developing peers. This allows parents of special needs children to have a place to take all their children and know they won’t be separated, but instead offered the […]

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