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Summer Inclusion Intake 2023


  1. 1. Welcome!
  2. 2. Introduction
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  4. 4. Physical
  5. 5. Cognitive
  6. 6. Social/Emotional
  7. 7. Behavior
  8. 8. About Me!
  • Welcome!

    1. Summer 2023 Inclusion Intake
      Summer 2022 Inclusion Intake
    2. Dear Parents/Guardians, 

      We are preparing for another summer of fun at Burlington Parks and Recreation! The purpose of this packet is to give you an overview of how inclusion services work, answer frequently asked questions and provide you with all the required paperwork. 

      Our trained support staff members are available to work with participants requesting inclusion support within a ratio that is appropriate for your participant. During the summer, we follow a group inclusion model to allow participants more independence and autonomy. Support staff will be available to provide appropriate social, emotional and behavioral support as necessary, but will only be paired as 1:1 support on an as-needed basis, pending assessment by our therapeutic recreation administrative staff. If your family member requires consistent 1:1 support for medical or behavioral reasons, we welcome their home therapist, PCA, or other aide to attend programs to provide such support after successfully completing a direct service provider packet and CORI background check through our office. I am happy to coordinate with Direct Support Professional's to keep inclusion services consistent for participants. 

      Please read through this entire packet and set up your inclusion meeting with our Therapeutic Recreation Specialist. All forms in this packet are required to be filled out completely and returned to our office as soon as possible. Please fill out the forms thoroughly and accurately as inclusion plans are written based off the information provided in this paperwork, the inclusion meeting and the therapeutic recreation administrative staff's assessment of the participant. The inclusion plans are distributed to the support staff working with your family member so they can form an understanding of how to best support them within our programs. A lot has changed in the past few years with COVID-19 please include any new information regarding your family member.

      Completing the Summer 2022 Inclusion Intake is how you formally request inclusion support within Burlington Parks and Recreation's summer programs. Please note this intake is due by May 10. After May 10 inclusion support requests cannot be guaranteed. 

      If you have any questions regarding the inclusion process, summer programs or the type of support we are able to provide for your participant please do not hesitate to contact me at 781-270-1937 or We are looking forward to a wonderful summer and hope you are as well! 


      Emma Jones, CTRS

    3. Helpful Tips before you get started!

      • Fill out all information accurately and completely.
      • Please be descriptive and honest about how we can best support the participant. 
      • Share IEPs and behavior plans. If there are things that work at school and/or at home that we can carry over to your participant's recreation programs, it may be helpful to keep things predictable and consistent. Examples: token boards, reinforcement schedules, visual schedules, communication boards, reinforcement/preferred items, toys, games and sensory items. 
      • Keep communication lines open! Feel free to email or call with any questions, concerns or feedback that you may have at ANY point over the summer. Drop off and pick up times are a great opportunity to check in with your participant's support staff member or program director, but can get a bit busy. It is a good idea to schedule meetings if you have something you would like to chat about!
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