Bring on the Spectrum's
community space offers social, recreational, and lifestyle activities for neurodiverse and neurotypical children, teens and adults like art, yoga, music, zumba, life skills and more. Sunmark has partnered with Bring on the Spectrum to help launch a "Kindness Club" - which was an idea brought to BOTS by a local student named Jacob who wanted to host activities where neurotypical and neurodiverse youth come together for activities and fun.
Officially named the Sunmark Kindness Club, the program will hold monthly activities including open play in the sensory gym and activities in the community space like Legos, board games, movies and more. Jacob’s ideas/efforts will be supported with outreach through collaborative partners including the Boys & Girls Club of the Capital Area, local school districts, local direct support agencies (AIM, Wildwood, ALG, etc.) as well as through marketing channels. The Sunmark Kindness Club offers the unique ability to be a bridge between youth, neurotypical and neurodiverse where there are benefits for all. “Making friends” for youth of all ages is the number one struggle parents/caregivers share with us. The Sunmark Kindness Club can help make a difference in the lives of many.