Children’s Physicians Medical Group
San Diego County, 877-276-4543
You know it’s important to have a doctor who’s an expert in children’s unique medical needs. In partnership with Rady Children's Health Network, Children’s Physicians Medical Group (CPMG) is the only medical network in San Diego County and southern Riverside specializing in children’s primary healthcare, from birth through age 18.
San Diego Regional Center
Kearny Mesa, 858-496-4318
If you have concerns about your child’s development, don’t wait! California Early Start is a state and federally-funded program that provides free assessments to infants and toddlers and if needed, important therapeutic services (free to eligible families) early enough to make a huge impact in a child’s development. Services include early intervention instruction; physical, occupational, and speech therapy; medical diagnosis/evaluation. Call the San Diego Regional Center at 858-496-4318 or the Exceptional Family Resource Center (EFRC) at 619-594-7416. Se habla español.
Brain Balance of Greater San Diego
Multiple Locations, 858-324-5545
When your child struggles with focus, impulsiveness, anxiety, or other social, behavioral, or cognitive challenges, you know how hard it can be to find the help they need. Brain Balance parents report a 53% improvement in their child’s happiness and academic follow-through using our all-natural, whole-child approach. Take the free quiz at BrainBalanceSanDiego.com.
Children’s Primary Dental
San Marcos and Chula Vista, 888-983-4333
We are dedicated to teaching children proper dental hygiene that will help their teeth remain healthy and strong well into adulthood. For your convenience, we offer care for both children and adults.
Learn more about pediatric dental health: How to Support Oral Health in Babies & Toddlers
Scripps Performing Arts Academy
Scripps Ranch & Carmel Valley, 858-586-7834
Scripps Performing Arts Academy is the leading arts training facility in Southern California. We offer comprehensive Adult Fitness and children’s dance programs for all ages and abilities. We include nutrition workshops to provide vital information and scrumptious recipes for our discerning families. Call today for a whole-being approach to your family’s health and wellness.
Aqua Pros Swim School
Clairemont Mesa, 619-209-2990
Aqua Pros' gentle approach uses positive reinforcement to make swimming and learning fun while still appropriately challenging students. Our swim program is divided into four levels and class size is kept to three students in a group class and four in a Parent-Tot class to allow for individualized instruction. In group classes, swimmers are grouped by ability rather than age. We never hold a swimmer back due to age restriction.
Ringer’s Roller Rink
San Diego’s premier outdoor roller skating destination, offering a vibrant atmosphere where people of all ages can enjoy roller skating, birthday parties, special events and more. Filled with bright murals, selfie stations and a kids’ game area, Ringer’s aims to provide an unforgettable experience for all guests.
San Diego Civic Youth Ballet
Balboa Park, 619-233-3060
San Diego Civic Youth Ballet believes everyone should have the opportunity to dance. SDCYB strives to cultivate a learning environment based on integrity and trust and one that values diversity amongst its students, faculty, staff and patrons. SDCYB promotes excellence in all endeavors and a spirit of service to the San Diego community.
City Ballet of San Diego
Pacific Beach, 858-274-6058
Students are taught the essence of several classical ballet styles. Each student is carefully evaluated to make sure they are physically ready for the technical demands of the level they have been placed. Flexibility, strength, and stamina increase gradually as the student progresses from level to level.
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