The 2018 Imagination Day will take place at Westfield Brandon on Saturday, April 21 from 10 a.m.-3 p.m.
Bring the whole family out for a day packed with family-fun free activities and creativity. Imagination Day benefits We Rock the Spectrum Kid’s Gym of Clearwater & Tampa. Entry, parking, and all activities are free and the first 100 Children will take home a Superhero Cape. There will be free activities & entertainment including multiple ‘Creation Stations’ like Dixie Bell Paint Company’s Rock Painting activity to our Official Discover Partner, MOSI’s Science Lab & a Mad Science feature. In addition, most Exhibitors will be offering a creative or educational activity at their booth.
Dance Parties will be hosted throughout the day featuring an introduction from a local dance studio, and they will be teaching a few simple dance moves.
Simply Events will be throwing the first Full Inclusion Back To School Bash at the Westfield Malls in Tampa this July. Our official non-profit partner We Rock The Spectrum Gym as well as the My Brother Rocks the Spectrum (non-profit foundation) will be joined by the Tampa Bay Mom’s Group and Fun4KidsTampa to make this the biggest back to school event in Tampa yet! They will be taking place July 23rd inside the Westfield Citrus Park Mall and July 24th inside the Westfield Countryside Mall with over 35,000 shoppers in attendance each day, We’ll be including a scavenger hunt (the prize will be a backpack full of school supplies for the first 300 children at each event), Whole Food’s Children Food items demos, meet and greets with local Tampa Mascots, a sports activity zone, a children’s technology and activities zone, a fashion show, and more!
After news spread that Sesame Street announced the creation of Julia — a new character with autism — ABC Action News reached out to Janet Burrows to discuss how the local autism community felt about the new campaign. Janet spoke to the importance of having a character with autism and about “The Amazing Song,” which was filmed at the flagship We Rock the Spectrum in Tarzana, CA.
CLEARWATER, Fla. – Parents are always looking for a place for their kids to play and feel comfortable. It’s especially challenging for families with children who have autism or some sort of learning disability. One in 50 kids in our community has some form of autism. In our area, there’s never been a place where kids could go without parents having to worry about their behavior. See the entire story here.
My Brother Rocks The Spectrum Foundation is our 501(c)3 (tax id #46-4393642) non-profit organization that helps families receive the funding they need to participate in our social skills/activity groups, classes, camps and more. This allows children to be able to use the specialized sensory swings and activities WRTS offers. We offer these groups to children and young adults from 2 to 18yrs of age.
Our mission is to provide all children with any ability or disability a place they can build friendships, keep active and learn to use their energy in their bodies in a productive environment. WRTS uses its equipment and activities to integrate children in this environment also through their Open Play program. We also receive funding from other state programs like the Regional Center, that provide one to one attendant care and other specialized services required to ensure all children can find the benefits of healthy play.
All funds donated to MBRTS are distributed to all of the WRTS locations Nationwide to complete our mission of giving families a community and, “finally a place where you never have to say I’m sorry.”