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June Altitude Trampoline Park

By Autism Cares Foundation (other events)

Monday, June 18 2018 7:00 PM 8:00 PM
 
ABOUT ABOUT

Join us on Monday June 13th from 7:00pm-8:00pm at Altitude Trampoline Park!

*IMPORTANT POLICY CHANGE*

The first year of our Trampoline Park Event has been very popular, and we are so glad that you are all enjoying this event. We have listened to your feedback each month and want to work with you towards making more spots available for those with special needs.

Altitude has become an exciting ACF event, quickly filling to capacity each month and requiring a Wait List. While Altitude is a large facility, the capacity issue is financial as ACF sponsors each jumper. In an effort to continue our mission of sponsoring family friendly and inclusive events, we are finding that while accommodating the special needs individual, we are also accommodating many others. In reviewing the patterns of our recent Altitude events, we believe that we can accommodate ALL our special needs friends with a change in our policy. 

**Please note the following policy changes to the Altitude Trampoline Park Event**

Parents, Therapists and other Caregivers are always welcome to jump with their child. Beginning in June, we ask that any participant OTHER THAN a special needs individual and their sibling(s), pay $5 to jump. You may pay this right at the check in counter to Altitude Trampoline Park directly.

At this time, this program will remain FREE for children, teens and adults with special needs, and their sibling(s).

**PLEASE ALSO NOTE**

This event will be taking a summer break during the months of July and August.

This event will resume in September.

Here is a friendly reminder of all other regular Altitude Trampoline Park Event policies.

A Parent/Caregiver must remain in attendance with their child throughout the event. A $5 fee is ONLY required if you are jumping.

All participants are required to purchase and wear Altitude Socks. They are $2 per pair, and are available at the front desk.

Altitude requires all jumping participants to have a waiver on file. This must be reconfirmed at every visit to the park by checking in at the front desk.

Autism Cares Foundation sponsors these and other events to benefit and enrich the lives of those with Autism and other special needs and their families. We will continue to monitor Altitude, and all of our events, and make policy adjustments as needed in order to continue to serve our special needs friends and their families. We hope that you understand the policy changes, sharing the same positive goal.

Sincerely, 

Autism Cares Foundation