New Sensory Bounce Therapy Program
We are now offering a sensory motor, social skills Occupational Therapy Program.
This Program is ran by an experienced Occupational Therapist with a 1:2 ratio. A parent support group is held in a separate room while children attend Sensory Jump Session.
This goal directed, dynamic, social skills therapy program offers an intense sensory experience and is suitable for children with ADHD, Low Muscle Tone, Autism and Autistic Spectrum disorders, Sensory Processing Challenges, Social Skills Difficulties, Gross motor or balance challenges and Motor planning challenges.
This program is for ages 3-11 and is broken up by age group.
Must Call (201)794-7700 to register!
At Pump It Up, your party or special event is always a memorable experience. There’s fun for all ages in our private, indoor arenas with gigantic inflatables and interactive imagination elements. Our friendly, trained staff are here to help you from the moment you arrive in the parking lot until the guest of honor makes a wish and blows out the candles!
A Pump It Up party combines imagination and inflatables to create the most exciting party your child has ever had. It’s always stress-free and easy to do. We personalize every party to your specific needs.
We’re not just a birthday place. We have many special events where your child can participate in imaginative play all through the year. From our everyday fun themed Public Jumps to our Special Events on popular holidays…we’re your kids’ favorite place!
I attended a birthday party there today, and it was GREAT! My son has Autism and the workers were very caring and made sure I was having a good time. There was one young male who was working the bigger slide in the first room and he was watching me encouraging me son to try to climb and come down the slide. This went on for a long time. He always had a smile on his face and he even HELPED my son achieve it! He went up with him and was talking to him the whole time and pointed down to where I was saying, “theres mommy look!” I wish I would have gotten his name so I could put it in this review! There was also a female employee that informed her that many of the children were autistic and to please not blow the whistle. The young employee didnt understand, and asked, “Why not?!” She said, “because some of the children may have sensitivity to sound and you blowing that whistle may make them upset.” So she understood and went to each parent and asked them to please get your childrens’ shoes on.