New Playspace For Kids On Autism Spectrum Now Open In Everett

October 23, 2017

Everett

Wee Fit

Wee Fit is designed specifically to meet the needs of kids in the Autism Spectrum.

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They have a Sensory Room with a variety of light effects, sensory bins, bean bag chairs, soft pillows, music and toys.

Wee Fit

Wee Fit is located at 2401 Broadway in Everett.

After discovering their child with sensory needs was diagnosed with Autism Melissa and Casey Wren found themselves in search of a safe place for their five-year-old to play. They also yearned for a place to connect with other parents who had children in the same circumstances. After looking for a place and not finding one they located a space in Everett and built Wee Fit.

“We want to provide a place where not only the unique needs of a child on the Spectrum are being met but also the needs of Autism parents and siblings,” said Melissa Wren. “Wee Fit is an absolute No Judgment Zone, where no explanations are needed or expected because every person you’ll meet here truly “gets it.”

At Wee Fit therapists can meet clients, families can hold birthday parties and special events in an environment that is safe and and geared for those with sensory needs. In addition to the main playspace there is a large separate Sensory Room with a variety of light effects, sensory bins, bean bag chairs, soft pillows, music and toys.

There are also three individual rooms available for use by therapists, students, group meetings, and parties. Each room is set up with pads, hangers for swings, desks – and all equipment is available for therapists’ use.

Wee Fit is located at 24th and Broadway in Everett. It is primarily designed for kids ages 2 – 12. To learn more you can visit their website here. You can also reach them by phone at (425) 610 – 4066 or check out their Facebook Page.


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