Welcome Back to Vermont!
Come join us! Participants and volunteers, we can’t wait to see you again!
Vermont Governor Phil Scott announced in June that all restrictions in Vermont as they relate to COVID-19 have been lifted effective immediately. In addition, the state of emergency also expired. Only Federal restrictions (mask wearing on public transit, medical facilities, etc.) will remain in effect.
What this means for you?
- We will still follow Vermont’s Universal Guidance, which suggests unvaccinated Vermonters to continue to wear a mask and practice social distancing, however this is encouraged, not required.
- If you still feel more comfortable wearing a mask, please do so. It is your choice in how you participate in our programs.
- We will continue to use frequent sanitizing of equipment and sanitizer will be readily available as well.
As always, if you are not feeling well, stay home and join us when you’re feeling better. We hope to see you this fall. Please check back with us before your visit for the latest on our guidelines and protocols.
Anyone, including participants, staff, interns, family, caregivers, friends, and volunteers, who have high-risk considerations because of underlying health issues or their age should consider not participating in Vermont Adaptive programs. Choosing to participate is solely at the risk of the individual and not Vermont Adaptive. If in doubt, we encourage you to stay home and stay safe.
Reservations are required and spots are limited.
Please keep in mind that your reservation could change or be cancelled at any time.
*Please note: If you are choosing to participate or returning to our programs after a positive test or other COVID-suspected illness, an athlete, companion/family/care-giver, volunteer, intern, or staff must show proof of:
- 10 Days since positive test results or first symptoms (whichever is later) and
- 24 hours with no fever without the use of fever-reducing medications and
- Other symptoms of COVID-19 are improving* and
- Negative Test Result at 10 or more days and
- A note from Healthcare provider clearing for no-longer isolating and returning to physical activity.