The Fabric of Play
We believe that it is vital that people understand why our facility is named the Inclusive Movement Center. Simply put, Inclusive Movement experiences are ones that:
Allow individuals to gain an understanding of their total physical potential, and how that ability can connect to others who share in common interests.
Offer experiences that embed the very best motor development, cooperative play, and fitness training activities accessible in the community.
Promote an inside out approach to physical, cognitive and emotional growth.
We support the simple but powerful belief that movement should be for everyone, with everyone.
Our Commitment to You:
The Inclusive Movement Center LLC (“IMC”) is committed to making its programs and activities available on a nondiscriminatory basis as required by the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”)
The IMC will not discriminate against any individual on the basis of disability with regard to the full and equal enjoyment of its goods, services, privileges, advantages and accommodations. The IMC will make reasonable modifications to its programs for children with disabilities on a case-by-case basis, to permit them equal participation in IMC’s programs, including parties at IMC, unless IMC can demonstrate that making the modifications would fundamentally alter the nature of its goods and services.
Individualized Assessment and Reasonable Modification
When informed that a child with a disability has applied to participate in one of IMC’s programs or will be attending an IMC party, IMC will provide a written copy of this Policy upon request and, at the time a party is booked, to those who retain IMC to host a party at the IMC.
When a request for a modification is made, the IMC will individually assess the needs of the child on whose behalf the request is made and will address each request for a modification on a case-by-case basis. The IMC will work with families to provide reasonable modifications in accordance with this Policy and applicable laws and may, to that end, request certain documentation concerning the child’s needs. Absent extenuating circumstances, the IMC will provide the parent/guardian with a decision on the request for a reasonable modification within 5 business days of the request having been made and prior to the start date of any scheduled program or party.
If an agreement cannot be reached for the IMC to provide reasonable modifications, the IMC will notify the parent/guardian, in writing, of the modifications the IMC will provide (if any), which requested modifications it will not provide, and if so, why it will not provide them. Pursuant to the ADA, the IMC may choose not to provide a modification if that modification would fundamentally alter the nature of its service, program, or activity.
Point of Contact
If you have any questions about this Policy, please contact: email@example.com