Are you looking for programs with targeted content, modified environments, lower ratios, or specialized instruction? The City is dedicated to providing a more accessible and inclusive recreation environment for individuals of all abilities. We offer and welcome supports within our program settings, in addition to offering specialized programming options.
Summer Camps 2017
Inclusion Services is offering many different adapted camps this Summer; Kinder Sense, Camp Sense, Discovery Sense, Glamour Sense, Creative Sense, Leadership Sense, Youth Sense and Life Sense. For more information including dates and descriptions please visit play.barrie.ca and search for the camp you would like to learn more about!
Summer 2017 Funding
Limited spots available to fund up to 90% of one week of 1:1. Funding is allocated on a first come first served basis. Please submit a completed Inclusion Funding Application Form to firstname.lastname@example.org
Inclusion 1:1 Support Staff
1:1 support staff are available to facilitate participation in all City of Barrie recreation programs, provide redirection for safety reasons, and allow opportunities for breaks (sensory, emotional, etc). Assistance with personal care is available providing that it can be facilitated by one person.
Partners in Recreation
The City of Barrie welcomes personal support workers into our program environments. All support workers must provide a copy of their current Criminal Reference Check and be 16 years or older.
Child Information Package
To assist us in better planning for a successful experience, please complete a participant information form. Once completed you can either print the forms and submit with your registration, or they can be emailed email@example.com
Indulge in Your Sweet tooth and Help Send a Child to Camp
Purchase a delicious “Spirit of Barrie” cupcake at Sugar City Cupcakes and 10 cents from every cupcake sold will go towards the City of Barrie’s 1:1 Inclusion Support Staff program. For locations, hours and availability please visit Sugar City Cupcakes.
|Frequently Asked Questions
|How do I know if my child needs support to participate?
Contact Inclusion Services via phone at 739-4220 ext 5789 or email firstname.lastname@example.org . Inclusion Services will discuss with you the individual needs of your child and together you will form a plan to set your child up for success.
|My child does not meet the age criteria for a class; can we have permission to take it anyway?
Although age is not always indicative of a child’s ability level, our courses are designed to be age appropriate. This includes consideration of cognitive and physical development, as well as socialization. Age overrides are considered on a case by case basis and can be directed to Recreation Information email@example.com. If this age requirement is regarding Inclusion please contact Inclusion Services firstname.lastname@example.org
In cases where age overrides are granted, the instructor will ultimately assess whether the course is a good fit for the student and may discuss other course options or withdrawal from course with the parent/guardian.
|Can we remain in the room with our child?
All City of Barrie programmes are independent activities unless otherwise indicated– parents/guardians, siblings and friends are required to be outside of the program space.
Some program spaces have a window or door where you can sneak a peek. We ask that this be done only on occasion as not to distract the participants.
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