NSSRA Return to In-Person Programming
NSSRA will be evaluating in-person program opportunities on a month-to-month basis and will provide seasonal program information and registration periods. In-person programming will supplement the current virtual programs, which will continue throughout the year.
We have established eligibility and safety guidelines for staff and participants. Participants interested in registering for in-person programming will be required to complete an assessment to determine eligibility. Once the assessment is submitted, staff will review the assessment, pair it with recent experience with the participant (if any), and call families to ask any additional questions staff may have and ultimately to let them know the outcome. As always, evaluations of reasonable accommodations are made on a case-by-case basis to ensure that NSSRA has as much information as possible about the specifics of the request being made, and NSSRA retains the right at all times to re-evaluate participation when a situation is creating a direct threat of safety.
To determine eligibility for programs, a Participant Assessment must be submitted based on the following timeline:
Although recreation programs always have an inherent risk, NSSRA has taken several measures to promote safety and wellness in our programs.
Participant's Full Name
Who is completing the assessment?
What level of support does the participant need to do the following:
With limited verbal prompts is the participant able to do the following:
Properly put on, wear, and take off a face covering when necessary, up to the duration of the program?
Keep a face covering on for long periods of time?
Maintain physical distance of 6 feet or more from others?
Independently wash hands?
Cover a cough or sneeze?