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Thank you for your interest in participating at the Central California Adaptive Sports Center. The health and well-being of you, our instructors, and our community are of utmost concern. CCASC Covid-19 mitigation measures include planning and communication, vaccination, screening, masking, and sanitizing. We will be requiring all of our employees and volunteers to have COVID-19 vaccinations. Other measures described below apply to all persons intending to interact with employees of CCASC. Working together, we believe that we can mitigate the spread of Covid-19, while providing a safe and rewarding experience for our participants.

Current Advisories

  • If you are sick, including but not limited to fever and/or cough, stay home and contact your doctor.

  • If you have tested positive or believe you have been exposed to someone with COVID-19, follow your doctor’s guidance on the proper duration for a quarantine. When in doubt, follow the Center for Disease Control’s guidelines posted here.

  • If you are in a high health risk category, such as having a weakened immune system, stay home. Please follow this link to find out if you are at high-risk for serious illness due to COVID-19.

  • If any of the above apply to you, please do not come to the Central California Adaptive Sports Center. We will be here for you when circumstances change and/or you are well.


Policies and Procedures

The following policies and procedures have been adopted by CCASC in consideration of the Covid-19 pandemic. All plans for programming will be subject to change based on applicable directives, including those issued by the California State Public Health Officer & County of Fresno Public Health Officer. CCASC has incorporated these policies and procedures into our programs and will continue to update them as new information becomes available.

While at the Adaptive Sports Center

  • If you are not fully vaccinated, it is required that you wear a facemask inside the Adaptive Center at all times. If you are fully vaccinated, it is recommended that you wear a mask indoors. While outdoors, masks are not required.  

  • Participants must be independent in their basic activities of daily living (ADLs) or should be accompanied by someone who can assist them. Basic activities of daily living (ADLs) are defined here.

  • Maintain strict hygiene – wash hands frequently (hand sanitizer will be provided).

  • Cover any sneeze or cough with tissue or elbow space.

  • CCASC’s leadership team will do everything we can to support fun, safe participation for all persons involved in our activities.

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