Kids are jumping sky high with the help of a local business.
The first Tuesday of every month, Sky High Sports will host a special needs session. From three to six pm kids can have fun and jump for just five dollars with their friends and families.
The lights are lowered, and the music turned off in order to cater to the sensory needs of the children.
“I really like to be able to have that time for them, to give the parents a little bit of a break, the kids can go out and have fun and get a lot of exercise and not even know it” said Jerry Raymond, owner of Sky High Sports.
Sky High, known as “The Trampoline Place” is home to five different courts including a foam pit, dodge ball court, and a private court for those who prefer a calmer setting.
Owner, Jerry Raymond, started the special needs time after being inspired by his own son who has Aspergers.
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