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SRSNLC PROGRAM GUIDE FALL 2019 Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County Providing Recreation Programs and Services for Individuals with Special Needs for…
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SRSNLC PROGRAM GUIDE FALL 2019 Special Recreation Services of Northern Lake County Providing Recreation Programs and Services for Individuals with Special Needs for the Residents of Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan & Zion Park Districts MEETING UNIQUE NEEDS SRSNLC INFORMATION Mission Statement MEET THE STAFF It is the MISSION of SRSNLC to educate our citizens to become responsible, productive, healthy, and contributing members of our society by preparing them through recreation with a dynamic and caring environment, L which excites them and invites them to participate. LINDENHURST PARK DISTRICT Lippert Community Center 2200 E. Grass Lake Rd.  |  Lindenhurst, IL 60046 847-356-6011 phone  |  847-356-6063 fax Table of Contents Katie Kozuch – Recreation Program Manager  |  847-356-6011 ext. 108 SRSNLC Information........................................................................ 2  kkozuch@lindenhurstparks.org SRSNLC Facility Directory................................................................ 3 RL SRSNLC Policies............................................................................... 4 ROUND LAKE AREA PARK DISTRICT SRSNLC Overnight Trip Policy......................................................... 5 Robert W. Rolek Community Center SRSNLC Code of Conduct & Wellness Guidelines........................... 6 814 Hart Road  |  Round Lake, IL 60073 Application for Participation in Special Olympics........................ 7-8 847-546-8558 phone  |  847-740-8180 fax SRSNLC Annual Information Form............................................. 9-10 SRSNLC Seizure Questionnaire..................................................... 11 Jessica Jeffery-Findley – Program Manager  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5092  jjeffery@rlapd.org SRSNLC 2019 Registration Form................................................... 12 Jenny Simpson – Program Supervisor  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5093 Lindenhurst - Seasonal Programs............................................ 13-15  jenny simpson@rlapd.org Lindenhurst - Community Events................................................. 16 Justine Galvin – T.O.D.A.Y Club Coordinator  |  847-740-9828 ext. 5140 Lindenhurst - Athletes and Fans.............................................. 16-17  todayclub1@gmail.com Lindenhurst - Special Events......................................................... 17 Round Lake - Special Events......................................................... 18 WAUKEGAN PARK DISTRICT Waukegan Park District Administrative Office 1324 Golf Road  |  Waukegan, IL 60087 W Round Lake - Today Club.............................................................. 19 Round Lake - In House Fun..................................................... 19-20 Round Lake - On The Town........................................................... 21 Round Lake - Sports and Fitness............................................. 21-22 847-360-4760 phone  |  847-662-2577 fax Round Lake - After School Club.................................................... 22 Julie Schneider, CTRS, CPRP, CPP, Waukegan - Day Program............................................................. 23 SRSNLC Safety Coordinator – Manager  |  847-360-4762 Waukegan - Arts and Crafts.......................................................... 23  jschneider@waukeganparks.org Waukegan - Sports-Fitness-Aquatics....................................... 24-25 Kari Robinson, CTRS, CPRP, CPP – Rec. Supervisor  |  847-360-4763 Waukegan - Socials and Outings.............................................. 25-26  krobinson@waukeganparks.org Waukegan - Kids and Teens.......................................................... 27 Maria Owens – Rec. Specialist  |  847-360-4764 Waukegan - Family Programs....................................................... 28  mowens@waukeganparks.org Zion - In House Fun....................................................................... 29 Registration Attendent  |  847-782-3300 Zion - Out-N-About.................................................................. 29-30 Z Zion - Take The Day Off................................................................. 30 ZION PARK DISTRICT Zion - Family Fun.......................................................................... 31 Leisure Center Zion - Special Events..................................................................... 31 2400 Dowie Memorial Dr.  |  Zion, IL 60099 847-746-5500 phone  |  847-746-5506 fax *After hours 1-847-746-5500 ext. 2444 Contact Us: Teresa Hayhurst – Program Director Please be aware that you can use the Illinois Relay Center to contact us  thayhurst@zionparkdistrict.org during our office hours. To use the service, call 1-800-526-0844 (TDD ONLY) or 1-800-526-0857 (Voice). If, due to a visual impairment, you need PROGRAM GUIDE KEY our brochure or other documents in an alternate format, please contact our office. BUS – Door to Door TRANSPORTATION Programs with this symbol offer door to door transportation with additional fee. Full Access For All - ADA The Special Recreation Services of Lindenhurst, Round Lake, Waukegan, and HOUSE – Transportation Home Only Zion advocates for full participation under the Americans with Disabilities Act Programs with this symbol offer transportation home (ADA) which prohibits discrimination in the provision of programs, services TRANSPORTATION only. or activities to individuals with disabilities. Every attempt at reasonable accommodation will be made so that individuals may participate in a DOLLAR BILL – Bring Spending Money desired program. Programs with this symbol require additional money be brought for the purchase of a meal or souvenirs. SRSNLC and your local park districts are committed to meeting your unique, individual leisure needs. Please call us if we can assist you at any time. 2 LINDENHURST • ROUND LAKE • WAUKEGAN • ZION FACILITY DIRECTORY LINDENHURST FACILITIES Forest View Park.................................................................................... 513 Forest View Drive, Lindenhurst Heritage Trails Park.................................................................. 2900 Independence Boulevard, Lindenhurst Lippert Community Center ............................................................ 2200 East Grass Lake Road, Lindenhurst Mallard Ridge Park................................................................................... 110 Robincrest Lane, Lindenhurst Millennium Park ................................................................................. 201 Country Place Lane, Lindenhurst ROUND LAKE FACILITIES Indian Hill Elementary / Park District Gym........................................ 1920 Lotus Drive, Round Lake Heights Kristof’s Entertainment Center............................................................. 421 Rollins Road, Round Lake Beach Renwood Golf Course............................................................... 701 E. Shorewood Road, Round Lake Beach Robert W. Rolek Community Center................................................................... 814 Hart Road, Round Lake Round Lake Area Park District Teen Center / Youth Center......... 2071 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach Round Lake Area Park District Site II (Dell House)....................... 2041 N. Orchard Lane, Round Lake Beach Round Lake Area Park District Sports Center............................. 2004 N. Municipal Way, Round Lake Beach Park School............................................................................................. 400 W. Townline Road, Round Lake Washington Street Tennis Courts.............................................. 22415 East Washington Street, Round Lake WAUKEGAN FACILITIES Belvidere Recreation Center................................................................... 412 South Lewis Street, Waukegan Douglas House (Special Recreation Offices)............................................ 732 N. Genesee Street, Waukegan Jane Addams Center.................................................................................... 95 Jack Benny Drive, Waukegan The Field House Sports, Fitness & Aquatics Center................................ 800 N. Baldwin Avenue, Waukegan Bevier Center....................................................................................... 2255 W. Yorkhouse Road, Waukegan Bowlero....................................................................................................... 631 Lakehurst Road, Waukegan Administrative Office (Mailing Address).............................................................. 1324 Golf Road, Waukegan ZION FACILITIES Shiloh Center................................................................................................. Emmaus and 27th Street, Zion Zion Leisure Center................................................................................... 2400 Dowie Memorial Drive, Zion Hermon Park Center .................................................................................................. 2700 29th Street, Zion Pinsters Bowl & Bar.............................................................................................. 1646 Sheridan Road, Zion Port Shiloh................................................................................................................. 1523 Shiloh Blvd., Zion Shepherds Crook Golf Course................................................................................ 351 Greenbay Road, Zion Shiloh Golf Course......................................................................................................... 2300 Bethesda, Zion Monday - Friday FIELD HOUSE, SPORTS, Mon.-Fri. – 5:00am - 9:00pm LINDENHURST 9:00am – 12:00pm FITNESS & AQUATICS Saturday – 7:00am - 7:00pm PARK DISTRICT: 1:00pm – 4:00pm CENTER WAUKEGAN: Sunday – 7:00am - 7:00pm ROUND LAKE Mon.-Fri. – 8:30am - 7:30pm ZION Mon.-Fri. – 9:00am - 6:00pm PARK DISTRICT: Saturday – 9:00am - 12:00noon LEISURE CENTER: Saturday – 8:00am - 2:00pm Spanish Interpreters Available If you need to contact us about program information, Spanish interpreters are available at: Waukegan office (847) 360-4789 • Round Lake office (847) 546-8558 • Zion office (847) 746-5500 after 12pm Si necesita ponerse en contacto con nosotros para pedir informaticiõn sobre nuestros programas en español, tenemos traductores disponibles en la oficina de Waukegan al (847) 360-4789 la oficina de Round Lake al (847) 546-8558, y la oficina de Zion al (847) 746-5500. LINDENHURST • ROUND LAKE • WAUKEGAN • ZION 3 SRSNLC POLICIES SRSNLC Resident & Non-Resident Policy Transportation Residents of SRSNLC include those in the Round Lake, Lindenhurst, SRSNLC has implemented these transportation procedures to ensure Waukegan, and Zion Park Districts. Residents from any of the above participants ride safely in our vehicles: listed Park Districts qualify for the resident rate in all districts. However, participants MUST register with the district offering the  1. All passengers must be sitting in seats or wheelchairs with program. Non-Residents residing in communities having active park belts securely fastened. The driver will not proceed until districts or recreation departments will pay an additional 50% fee all seat belts are fastened. for all programs. Call the local SRSNLC office to see if this affects you.  2. All wheelchairs must have brakes that are in good working order and can stop the chair from moving. Cancellation by Registrants  3. Drivers will assist participants to and from their homes, A 20% cancellation charge and/or programming expenses will be but driveways and walks must be clear of debris and assessed for all refund requests made before the first meeting date obstacles. of the program. No refund is given once the first class has met unless  4. Staff are responsible for determining whether or not a a doctor’s request is presented to SRSNLC, which will then allow a participant can be transported safely. If it is determined prorated refund. that it would be dangerous to transport a participant, the driver may refuse to transport that participant. Program Cancellations 5. Participants riding in Amigo-type wheelchairs must transfer SRSNLC attempts to hold programs whenever possible. However, into a van seat and must use a seat belt. inclement weather occasionally makes it difficult for staff and  6. Participants unable to be in a house alone should have participants to travel to program locations. SRSNLC cancellation someone meet the vehicle at the designated time of return. policies are as follows: SRSNLC cannot wait more than 10 minutes due to the demanding transportation schedule. 1.  Staff look at all circumstances one hour prior to the starting time  7. SRSNLC reserves the right to refuse to transport participants. of the program or transportation route to determine if it should Please realize that these policies have been developed to be cancelled. ensure the safety of everyone riding SRSNLC vehicles. 2. If the program is cancelled, program staff attempt to reach Your cooperation is greatly appreciated.  all participants by phone to inform them of the cancellation.  8. SRSNLC transports in-district participants only.  You will only be called if the program is cancelled.  9. Late registrants may not have transportation during the first 3.  S RSNLC attempts to extend programs to make up any week of programs due to routing changes. Participants missed dates. are notified if a problem occurs. 4.  SRSNLC sends out a letter informing all participants whether 10. Departure times are set and abided by. If changes occur, the program has been extended. participants are notified by phone. Return times may vary 5.  Registration deadlines must be adhered to. If there are not because of traffic and/or weather conditions. However, all the required minimum participants by the date listed, the is done to return on time. program must be cancelled due to reservation requirements. Full refunds will be given. Refund Policy: No refunds are given unless . . . Medication Distribution 1. The trip is cancelled by the park district. Parents and guardians are asked to dispense medication on their 2. The person desiring a refund finds a replacement. own, outside of program hours, if at all possible. Staff are not 3. The district has a waiting list for the trip. able to dispense all types of medications. All requests will be reviewed on a case by case basis. Please contact your local office for approval for any medication requests at least one week prior All athletes and their parent or guardian MUST to the start of the program. If a medication is approved to be sign the SRSNLC Sports Handbook and return dispensed by district staff, a Permission to Dispense Medication form the signed acknowledgment pages before the must be completed. In all cases, medication dispensing can only be first practice of your sports season. administered, changed, or modified by completing a Permission to Dispense Medication form. LATE PICK UP FEE: Participants are to be picked up promptly at the end of a program. A $1.00 per minute late fee will be assessed for late pick-ups. Late fees are due prior to attending the next program. Please refer to your day camp manual for camp specific late fee policies. 4 LINDENHURST • ROUND LAKE • WAUKEGAN • ZION SRSNLC OVERNIGHT TRIP POLICY Overnight Trip Policy Individuals who wish to attend any overnight trips must meet specific guidelines and expectations, as established in the SRSNLC Overnight Trip Guidelines & Expectations. These guidelines and expectations have been established to ensure the safety and enjoyment of the participants, staff, and volunteers in attendance. Participant, staff, and volunteer safety is our utmost priority for the duration of a trip. Participation in an overnight trip is at the discretion of SRSNLC member districts’ staff and the trip coordinator. Overnight trip registrations require preapproval by the SRSNLC member districts’ Program Manager to determine eligibility prior to registration. Because of financial and staffing limitations, among other factors, trips are designed for adults with special needs that can function with minimal assistance. All registrations (and associated requests for accommodation, if any) will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Overnight trips include both planned and impromptu activities. SRSNLC cannot guarantee the complete accessibility of all trip activities, but will make reasonable accommodations when doing so does not create an undue hardship, does not fundamentally alter the nature of the program, and does not pose a direct threat of safety to the patron or to others. All participants are required to complete an Overnight Trip Form, Medication Dispensing Release Form, provide a copy of a valid government issued identification card, and provide a copy of his/her current medical insurance card one week prior to the departure date. Participants may or may not share a double/queen/king size bed. Staff may or may not be in the same room as your adult participant. Failure to comply with these requirements by the established deadline will result in cancellation and the forfeiture of the participant’s deposit and/or trip fee. Guidelines & Expectations Staff / Participant Ratio: Participants must be able to function in a 1:6 staff to participant ratio throughout the duration of the trip. Independent Living Skills: Independent Living Skills are defined as a participant’s ability to function independently during most everyday situations. Independent Living Skills are a necessary component of all overnight trips. Participants must be able to perform Independent Living Skills including but not limited to: • Personal, Physical, Vehicle & Travel Safety • Interpersonal & Socialization Skills • Time Management • Following Group Directions/Instruction— Participant must possess the ability to stay with the group and not wander/stray away from staff and other participants. Behavioral Management Skills: Behavioral Management Skills are defined as a participant’s ability show that they can manage conflict with other participants and staff without becoming physically or verbally aggressive. Participants with multiple minor and/or one serious Discipline Action Report(s) within the year of a trip will not be allowed to attend any overnight trips until they can demonstrate significant improvement in their own behaviors on other programs. Self-Care Skills: Self-Care Skills are defined as a participant’s ability to take responsibility for their own health and well-being. Self-Care Skills are a necessary component of all overnight trips. Participants must be able to perform Self-Care Skills including but not limited to: • Personal Appearance • Resting/Sleep • Cleansing/Personal Hygiene • Meal Management • Toileting • Medication SRSNLC has established three Self-Care Principles: • Participants must make informed choices to manage their self-care needs. • Participants must effectively communicate individual self-care needs. • Participants must have the ability to manage self-care needs. Money Management Skills: Money Management Skills are defined as a Participants ability to maintain their own spending money, personal items, and purchases. Participants will be responsible for their money and any items purchased during the trip. SRSNLC member districts’ staff and volunteers cannot be held responsible for lost or stolen money/souvenirs. SRSNLC Program Participation: Participants must complete a minimum of one hundred contact hours in SRSNLC programs in a variety of program settings (i.e., day camp, athletics, day trips, etc.) prior to attending an overnight trip. Refund Policy: No refunds are given unless… 1. The trip is cancelled by the park district. 2. The person desiring a refund finds a replacement. 3. The district has a waiting list for the trip. 4. Other circumstances as may be deemed necessary to comply with the law or as may be fair and just. LINDENHURST • ROUND LAKE
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