Jumpers could participate with a parent or aide for just ten dollars. Owners of the facility aren’t part of a franchise and collect no profit from tonight’s event, they just want to help the community. The foam blocks and layout of the trampolines make it a fun spot for kids with special needs.
“Part of the design of the trampoline park is the colors, and I think that really gets the kids excited. Being able to design the trampoline courts to be safe as well just makes for a really great environments with special needs to come in and just have fun,” said Matthew Hubbard, designer of trampoline.
“Most parents come in and they say thank you more than than anybody else. We get cards, we get thank you letters.That’s what makes worth it,” said Danny and Leigh Schroer, owners.
The owners say they hope more families come out to play during their next sensory friendly special needs night.