1st Ever Exceptional Kids Day!

Wow Factory ChristmasCoconut creek, FL- December 18th, 2018 1-5pm, Wow Factory and Wow Alley are excited to announce their first Exceptional Kids & Family Day, thanks to the support of Autism Education and Development Solutions, who helped structure the activities and will be on site to make sure Exceptional kids and their families have a great time.

Portions of the Wow Factory & Wow Alley will be converted to make sure ALL exceptional kids and their families experience a day of fun!

Among other things:

  • The Wow Gym will be the “Sensory Stimulation Break Station”! Where specialists and therapists will be throughout the day to coordinate structured play and activities specifically design to balance stimulation.  FREE of charge.
  • The Wow Alley will have lower stimulation and quiet music- FREE games for Exceptional kids.
  • The Wow Factory will have more “typical” stimulation, lighting, and sound for those kids who may want a little more excitement.
  • Digital Family Holiday Photo- FREE
  • Laser Tag arena and arcade will be adjusted accordingly to be an all-inclusive experience for all to enjoy!

And if that is not enough, the event is being hosted on a Tuesday, so they can take advantage of the $2 Tuesday specials ALL DAY!!

Wow Factory and Wow Alley are a great way of introducing and including special needs students to monitored sports and physical activities, ensuring they have a safe space to take a break.  All while having fun with their family and friends.

The Wow Factory & Wow Alley, South Florida’s premiere family entertainment facility.  Boasting over 30,000 square feet featuring 50+ games and attractions: Laser Tag, The Largest Indoor Ropes Course in South Florida, Ballocity, Laser Frenzy Maze, 28′ Indoor Climbing Wall, Toddler Play Area, 40+ Exciting Games, Nuts & Bolts Cafe and Awbrey’s Sweet Shop, Party Rooms and NEW attractions coming in 2019!

Autism Education and Development Solutions

Offering services tailored to the needs of the individual student, family, school, or organization respectively.  Currently, services available include options for: individuals with autism spectrum and related disorders; families; teachers, schools, and school districts; as well as training opportunities for professional organizations.

For more information on the WOW Factory and WOW Alley

Contact: Nancy Chevres