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For the 2021-2022 winter season, Vermont Adaptive is asking each and every one of its community members – athletes, companions, volunteers, interns, and staff – to agree to RESPECT THE PLAY. By following these simple practices, we can make Vermont Adaptive winter programs possible and allow for fair and safe access to outdoor play for EveryBODY.
We believe that everyone has the right and the need to have opportunities to play. When each of us agrees to these simple practices, it allows for everyone to make their own, personal decision about the level of risk they are comfortable with while playing at Vermont Adaptive this winter. When everyone RESPECTS THE PLAY, everyone gets fair access to play.
Thank you for adhering to these Winter 2021-2022 RESPECT THE PLAY practices:
These practices may change and Vermont Adaptive reserves the right to make updates as Federal, local, and industry guidance change. We anticipate some version of this to be in place for the entire winter. If you have questions about these RESPECT THE PLAY practices, or you are concerned that you may not be able to meet them, please speak with the Program Coordinator at your location.
Reservations are required and spots are limited.
Please keep in mind that your reservation could change or be cancelled at any time.
Due to the rise in COVID-19 positive cases and exposures because of the Omicron variant, we may from time to time – day to day – need to cancel or reschedule your lesson due to a shortage of staff and/or instructors.
We continue to monitor and comply with required and suggested Covid-19 standards and guidelines, prioritizing the safety and wellbeing of participants, volunteers, staff, and members of the Vermont Adaptive community and doing everything possible to make every lesson happen, but we cannot guarantee it.
Please keep this in mind when you are making your reservations this winter and know that, because this pandemic is fluid and ongoing, you may need to adjust your plans and reservations based on the current status of Vermont Adaptive programs and volunteers. Your health and safety is the first and most important priority.
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.