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1401 Froesel Drive, Ellisville, MO 63011 · Phone 636.891.6644 · info@prcommunityed.org

Learn more about our inclusion services.

Inclusion Services

Youth, Families, Adults
​​​​​​​Parkway-Rockwood Community Ed actively promotes inclusive practices in programming and strives to provide reasonable accommodations to participants with disabilities.

Reasonable accommodations are resources to aid in the participation of programs and may include: training for program staff, consultation with individual and family, activity modification, behavior management support, sign language interpreters, assistive devices, and/or provision of a support staff. Accommodations are made as needed and can be flexible and creative, so long as not fundamentally altering a program.

Our goal is to focus on the needs, interests and abilities of participants while fostering a community that is welcoming, understanding and ultimately, inclusive. ​

Request for Accommodation

If you or a family member requires an accommodation to participate in a program, please indicate this during the registration process. If you did not indicate a need for accommodation during the registration process, please complete a Request for Accommodation form. The Community Ed Inclusion Specialist will be in contact with you regarding your request.
Please note:  this process is for all programs outside of Adventure Club. Adventure Club has a separate process for accommodations and support. To ensure necessary supports are in place, we ask that all requests be made at least two weeks prior to program start.

 Frequently Asked Questions

​Anyone who has registered for a Community Ed program and has made a request for accommodation or support to participate.
​Community Ed will provide the type of support deemed necessary for successful participation in our programs. Accommodations may include: training with program staff, consultation with individual and family, activity modification, behavior management support, sign language interpreters, assistive devices, and/or provision of a support staff. Accommodations are made as needed and can be flexible and creative, so long as not fundamentally altering a program.
​There are no additional costs beyond the registration fee involved with Inclusion Services.
  1. ​Register for program of choice.
  2. Check “yes” for request for accommodations or support on registration.
  3. Fill out an Inclusion Profile to help us better assess the needs of the participant.
  4. The Community Ed Inclusion Specialist will be in contact to arrange accommodations.
​No. There is not a limit to the number of programs one can register for and receive accommodation or support. Accommodations and support may vary from program to program and as needs change.

​Yes.  Community Ed program participants and guests are expected to adhere to our behavior management guidelines.  In addition, all participants shall have the ability to conduct services of personal nature (e.g. feeding, dressing, toileting) independently.  Please contact Katelyn Brieden, Community Ed Inclusion Specialist, at briedenkatelyn@prcommunityed.org​ or 636-891-6639 to determine if a program is appropriate for a personal caregiver to attend with a participant or if accommodations may be required due to a disability.  ​

​Contact Community Ed Inclusion Specialist, Katelyn Brieden, at 636-891-6639 or briedenkatelyn@prcommunityed.org if you have any questions.
If medication is to be administered during our programs, Community Ed requires a Medication Administration form to be filled out prior to participation in the program. You can find the Medication Administration form here. Forms will require a  Health Care Provider/Licensed Prescriber signature for both prescription and over-the-counter medications. Once completed, the Health Care Provider/Licensed Prescriber will need to send a copy either via email: info@prcommunityed.org OR fax: 636-891-8844, attention: Inclusion Specialist. Hard copies may be brought directly to the program site, day of program start.