NUBABILITY’S RESPONSE TO
While no live gathering can be made completely safe, it appears that smaller groups gathering outside pose less of a disease transmission risk. As a result, we have shifted the bulk of our programming to smaller one-day clinics. Attendance for these events will be capped at 25 children. We have always required a parent to accompany their child to camp; however, for the foreseeable future, no additional family members will be allowed to attend. In addition, our sibling program will not be available at these clinics.
All participants in NubAbility events are required to adhere to our COVID-19 mitigation practices, including wearing masks. Those who fail to do so will be asked to leave the event facility.
- We follow all federal, state, local and tribal guidelines for each camp’s specific location. We follow professional sports guidelines if they are more stringent than government guidelines.
- We require all onsite attendees to undergo a medical screening the day of the event. We reserve the right to refuse admittance to anyone displaying potential COVID-19 symptoms or unable to pass NubAbility’s temperature check and COVID-19 self-assessment questionnaire.
- We adhere to medically approved best practices regarding disease mitigation:
- We regularly sanitize shared equipment and high traffic areas.
- We provide handwashing and sanitation stations where needed.
- We require that all children and adults use a mask or face shield at all times in the event facility with the exception of campers actively participating in a sports activity.
- We expect all participants to maintain a social distance of six feet where possible.
We reserve the right to cancel a camp at any point. We will refund event registration fees to anyone unable to participate in an activity due to COVID-19, including those we must turn away the day of the event.
Unfortunately, we acknowledge that NubAbility cannot eliminate all risks of COVID-19 transmission. It is up to each family to decide if risk levels are acceptable based on the policies and procedures outlined above. We will continue to offer virtual and home-based activities such as Camp Online and Camp in a Bag for families who prefer to avoid public groups.