Game Changers Idaho and Friday Night Flag 2019 Adaptive Division Season is starting. Boise, Meridian and Nampa K-12th players with and without special needs. If you’d like to volunteer mentor’s, assistance coach’s and head coaches …
Baby Boot Camp
Baby Boot Camp is a monthly class for new parents and their infants of 0 – 12 months of age. Boot Camp classes are instructed by Kaleidoscope Pediatric Therapy’s experienced physical therapists.
Dance Movement Workshop
Kaleidoscope Pediatric Therapy and Impact Dance Centre & Fitness Studio will be hosting a five-week Special Needs Dance Movement Workshop. At the end of the classes, students will perform in a Spring Recital June 1st.
Courageous Kids Climbing
Courageous Kids Climbing will be in Boise Sunday, May 19th from 10 am until noon. CKC is an organization that provides FREE opportunities for children of all ages with special needs physical or developmental, to …
World Down Syndrome Day
March 21st is World Down Syndrome Day, and to embrace our special kiddos we decided to highlight a few! We had them answer a few questions to get to know them, and these were their …
Aquatic Therapy is water-based resistance for strength, range of motion change and opportunities for new movement experience. Including a multi-sensory environment to encourage a calm state of mind and body. While addressing daily functional activities.
Does your child complain of the room spinning, dizziness, instability or often falls during play activities? Does your child have decreased balance on even/uneven surfaces and is unable to maintain proper head position in space? …
Aquatic Physical Therapy
Here at Kaleidoscope, we use aquatic physical therapy sessions to compliment our sessions in the clinic. The unique pool environment can give our patients the opportunity to perform movement patterns they may not have the …
Yoga for Kids
Why Try Yoga? Yoga means to Yoke or Unite. Uniting breath, body, mind, and spirit. Yoga is very therapeutic to both adults and children. Physically, it enhances flexibility, strength, coordination, and body awareness. In addition …
iCan Bike is a Bicycle Camp for individuals with disabilities June 11th – 15th. Within five days, over 80% of participants learn to ride conventional two-wheeled bicycle independently.
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