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BounceU – Special Needs Bouncing Fun

There are also non-special needs activities here, so fun for the whole family. We plan to rent a zipcar and take all of our kids to one of the events, and I thought I would share the link below. This seems awesome for really active kids or special needs kids with sensory issues. I think it is every Sunday, though the 24th is the date listed below. This is a Farmingdale location, which is a driving activity, I think. However, there is another BounceU accessible by subway in Brooklyn, and I wonder if they would offer a special needs bounce session as well. Has anyone been to BounceU before? I will update this post once we go check it out – this looks like a great activity for our summer meeting group!

BounceU Events in Farmingdale:

04-24-11:   “Sense-ational Bounce (Special Needs)”

Time:  12:00 PM – 1:00 PM
Event:

Join us for an Open Play Session in our NEW Sense-ational Play Room geared toward children with Special Needs.

$16.95/child

Please Call for Reservations: (631) 777-JUMP (5867)

Price: $16.95/child
Please call to reserve:  (631) 777-JUMP (5867)   or fill out a reservation request.

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  1. November 16, 2011 at 5:12 pm

    Just happened upon this. Did you ever find anything out? Thanks

    • November 16, 2011 at 5:33 pm

      We went to the Brooklyn one and had a blast, very uncrowded and lots of choices. James liked some things more than others but there was enough to choose from that all 3 of my kids loved it. Would love to get a group together for a bounce session at either location – am working on a date for later in the Winter when we need things to do inside!

  2. Mj elliston
    May 6, 2011 at 9:45 pm

    I can go and check it out. Farmingdale is about 20-30 minutes from here and I have a car

    • May 6, 2011 at 9:50 pm

      Let me know when you’re going, maybe we can meet you! Or, we can subway down to the Brooklyn location too and compare.

  3. Rachel
    April 18, 2011 at 8:36 am

    I’ve been to the Brooklyn location numerous times with my son (dx asperger’s) and we all love it. We’ve had meet ups with kids in school (summit) and kids on an asperger’s board. It’s been great and no special needs dates required. I wonder what the farmindale location would provide different? It’s bouncing.

    • April 18, 2011 at 8:49 am

      From the description, it looks like they provide a sensory room geared toward special needs kids, but I had the same thought. Maybe less chaotic? I will inquire and let you know what they say. Maybe it is just marketing…

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