What is a reasonable accommodation?

It is the process of providing support, adaptations, training and more to ensure that individual needs and desires for participation are met in ways that are reasonable, safe, and do not fundamentally alter the nature of the recreation program or activity. Reasonable accommodations for District programs and activities are available and are determined on an individual basis.

Examples include:

  • An enhanced staff/participant ratio
  • Behavior Support Plan
  • Adapted Equipment
  • Additional training to staff

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1. What is Inclusion?
2. Who is eligible for inclusion services?
3. How do I request inclusion services?
4. What is a reasonable accommodation?
5. Is there a fee for Inclusion Services?
6. Do participants receiving Inclusion Services receive priority in registering for recreation programs?
7. Do participants receiving Inclusion Services receive exceptions to basic recreation program requirements?
8. Is transportation provided to and from recreation programs?
9. Are personal care or health services provided through inclusion services?
10. Is behavioral therapy provided through Inclusion Services?
11. What behavior standards apply to participants receiving Inclusion Services?
12. May a participant bring his/her own 1:1 Aide to provide assistance during a recreation program?
13. Why do you ask for a copy of my child’s Individualized Education Plan (IEP) or 504 plan with the Participant Questionnaire?
14. If I am receiving Inclusion Services and something about me or my participation in the recreation program changes, who do I tell?
15. Are there any exceptions to the requirement to accommodate a participant with a disability?
16. Who do I contact for more information about Inclusion Services?