Spring 2015 Access brochure - Minneapolis Community Education

Opportunities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
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SPRING 2015
Minneapolis Community Education
Access Services
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A program of the Minneapolis Public Schools
Evening classes begin the week of April 13
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Our best wishes for a terrific spring
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Jean Dutcher, Matt Branch & David
Access Services Coordinators
Program Specialist
Krista Gustafson, Access Services
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with Simple & Easy Recipes
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with old friends through Ladies Nig
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➤ Saturdays don’t have to be bor
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a variety of creative and fun activitie
(pages 8-9).
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Participation Guidelines
Accommodations & Accessibility
1. Preregistration is required for all classes.
Please indicate on your registration form, any accommodations needed to effectively participate in
the class for which you wish to register. Examples
of accommodations include, but are not limited to:
2. Classes and activities will be held unless you
are notified that they are full or cancelled.
3. Transportation to and from the class or activity
is the responsibility of the participant or care
provider.
4. Caregivers must accompany the students to
check in and out of class each night with the
teachers. Participants should report directly
to the classroom teacher no more than 15
minutes before the listed class time and
should be picked up promptly when event is
scheduled to end. Please notify Metro Mobility
of the beginning and ending times of classes
or activities.
5. Participants who require personal assistance
for physical and/or behavioral issues must be
accompanied and supervised in classes by a
primary caregiver. Group homes and families
must identify these individual’s needs. If a behavioral incident occurs, a primary care giver
may be required to accompany the participant
to all future classes and trips.
6. Access Services activities are sponsored by
the Minneapolis Public Schools. Smoking or
drinking is not allowed.
• Sign language interpreter
• Alternate format registration materials
• Accessible classroom location
• Alternate format class materials
• Dietary restrictions
(Refreshments are served in some classes)
Please register at least one week in advance of a
class, to allow for arrangement of accommodations.
Note to Support
Coordinator Providers
Many of the programs that Access Services offers
can be paid through the DD Waiver. As you are
planning for services and supports you may want
to consider this funding option. Often, the use of
funds needs to be paired with a goal within the
person’s individual plan. Participants must pay for
their classes. Access Services does not bill county
agencies. Receipts will be issued so participant
can apply for financial reimbursement based on
waiver stipulations.
TTY Users: to reach your registration sites,
please call Minnesota Relay at 1.800.627.3529.
Participation Guidelines
Access Services Programs
For further assistance, please contact:
Anwatin Community Education
256 Upton Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55405
Northeast Middle Community Education
2955 Hayes St. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
Coordinator: Matt Branch
612.668.2470 • [email protected]
Coordinator: David Warnest
612.668.1515 • [email protected]
Edison Community Education
700 22nd Ave. NE, Minneapolis, MN 55418
South High School Community Education
3131 19th Ave. S., Minneapolis, MN 55407
Coordinator: David Warnest
612.668.1306 • [email protected]
Coordinator: Jean Dutcher
612.668.4325 • [email protected]
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Arts & Crafts/Computers/Sports
These classes are open to adults with developmental disabilities of all ages.
Arts & Crafts
Clay Sculpting
Let your inspirations flow
with clay! Come and see
what you can create in this
class. We will explore a variety of projects. No experience necessary!
Anwatin
April 15
5 Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 pm
$15
Crafting
Are you a creative person
who likes to present people
with gifts or decorate their
home with projects they make
themselves? If so, this class is
for you!
Anwatin
April 13
5 Mondays
6:30-8:00 pm
$15
Computers &
Technology
Sports &
Recreation
Bowling:
Memory Lanes
Come brush up on your bowling skills! All ability levels welcome. Fee includes games and
shoes. Number of participants
is limited, so sign up right
away! Memory Lanes is located at 2520 26th Ave. S.
Northeast
April 15
Swimming:
Adult & Family Open Swim
Come enjoy a swim in the Northeast pool! Participants must be able to enter and exit the pool by
ladder. If attending with support staff, they must
be in the locker rooms: Men with Men and Women
with Women. If assistance is needed in the pool,
support staff must be in the water also. Bring your
own shampoo and towel. Shower shoes are recommended but not required. Swims are free, but
preregistration is required.
Northeast
April 17
Computer Fun
This extremely popular class
will guide you through word
processing skills, playing
games, drawing pictures,
using email and surfing the
Internet.
Anwatin
April 13
5 Mondays
6:30-8:00 pm
$15
6 Wednesdays
4:15-5:45 pm
$35
6 Fridays
6:15-7:15 pm
Free
Walking
For Fitness
Need a good place for a
walking workout? Join us
for an enjoyable indoor
walk. You can improve your
cardiovascular system, get
exercise and strengthen your leg muscles while
meeting new people!
Anwatin
April 13
5 Mondays
6:30-8:00 pm
$10
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Spring Rolls with Almond Cookies
Cooking
Simple & Easy Recipes at Northeast
Learn to make this healthy, tasty and simple Asian
dish. Bake almond cookies for a traditional desert.
Northeast
April 28
1 Tuesday
6:30-8:00 pm
$5
Quiche & Fruit Salad
Eggs aren’t just for breakfast. Make this delicious
pie and serve it with a homemade fruit salad. It is
a perfect meal for our warmer evenings
Northeast
May 5
Join us in preparing and sampling many
tasty dishes. We’ll also have a fabulous
dessert for each meal. Cost is $5/class or
$20 for the series. When registering for
all the classes, please check the “Series”
box on registration form. Pre-registration
is required so we have enough supplies.
1 Tuesday
6:30-8:00 pm
$5
Picnic Favorites
Get ready for summer by preparing a picnic supper
to enjoy, in the Northeast Court Yard. The menu will
include chicken salad wraps and strawberries with
freshly whipped cream.
Northeast
May 12
1 Tuesday
6:30-8:00 pm
$5
Tater Tot Hotdish
Prepare this easy-to-make—yet oh, so good!—
Minnesota favorite followed by a simple fruit
dessert.
Northeast
April 21
1 Tuesday
6:30-8:00 pm
$5
Looking for more Cooking?
Check out this class:
What’s
Cooking?
What a great way to
spend an evening!
Come and learn how
to prepare a variety
of hearty foods to
warm your insides. Class is presentation and/
or hands on participation based on recipes.
Anwatin
April 15
5 Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 pm
$20
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Sports & Recreation/Hobby
Sports & Recreation
continued from page 4
Ladies Night Out
Wii Fun & Fit
Wii games such as bowling, archery, etc. are both
fun and a workout at the
same time. Use Wii games
to experience a whole new
way to get your exercise. Wii
simulations emphasize controlled movements rather
than overexertion.
Anwatin
April 15
5 Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 pm
$10
We are always
looking for new
instructors!
Access Services instructors teach a
variety of different classes and activities.
Most of our classes are held in the
evening or on weekends and are
1½-3 hours in length. The majority of
our classes are held in School District
buildings within Minneapolis.
Here is a sampling of some of the
kinds of classes/activities we hold:
Arts & Crafts, Games, Movie Night,
Cooking, Exercise, Singing, Bowling
or other class ideas you may have.
All instructors will be temporary employees
of Minneapolis Public Schools and
must submit an application and pass a
background check before being hired
for the position.
For more information,
please call Jean Dutcher at
612.668.4325 or email
[email protected]
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Hobby & Leisure
SPRING 2015
Get together with girlfriends
for great times! Bingo, spa
night and crafts are suggestions, but ladies are encouraged to plan activities, too.
Anwatin
April 15
5 Wednesdays
6:30-8:00 pm
$15
Merry Music
Makers
Join the group and sing-along to popular songs. If
you do not sing, but love
music, we’ll provide maracas and a few other sound
making instruments for your use. Stu Barron will be
leading the group on his guitar. This is going to be a
heck of a good time.
Edison
April 16
5 Thursdays
6:30-8:00 pm
$10
Movie Night &
Pizza: Teen Wolf
Michael J. Fox stars as a
teenaged boy who is tired of
being average. He discovers
that he has inherited powers and is no longer average.
Join us for this 1980’s comedy classic. This film is fun
for people of all ages.
Edison
May 20
1 Thursday
6:30-8:30 pm
$5
Looking for more
fun things to do?
Check out the Saturday activities at
Northeast Middle on pages 8-9!
Access Services: Opportunities for Adults with Developmental Disabilities
Here are some web sites that provide a
variety of services to people of all ages
and abilities in Minnesota.
Metropolitan Center
for Independent Living
www.mcil-mn.org
Featured Resources
Featured Resources
The Minnesota Travel Guide for Persons with Disabilities.
MCIl is dedicated to the full promotion of the Independent Living (IL) philosophy by supporting
individuals with disabilities in their personal efforts to pursue self-directed lives. Contact them at
651.603.2007 for more information on classes and
services they offer.
Arc Greater Twin Cities
Pacer Center
Access Minnesota
www.accessminnesota.org
arcgreatertwincities.org
www.pacer.org
Arc works to secure opportunities for all people
with intellectual and developmental disabilities
and their families. Call 952.920.0855 for more information.
The mission of PACER Center is to expand opportunities and enhance the quality of children and
young adults with disabilities and their families
based on the concept of parents helping parents.
Direct Ability
Reach for Resources
www.directability.com
www.reachforresources.org
A web guide for people with disabilities and the
people who live, work and play with us every day.
Disability Linkage Line
www.minnesotahelp.info
The Disability Linkage Line (DLL) is a free, statewide
information and referral resource that provides
Minnesotans with disabilities and chronic illnesses
a single access point for all disability related questions. Contact them at 1.866.333.2466 for more
information.
Friendship Ventures
www.friendshipventures.org
Friendship Ventures is a non-profit agency that
creates unique educational, recreational and social
opportunities for people of all ages with mental
and physical disabilities.
Our mission is to provide support and training to
individuals and families affected by developmental
disabilities. Call 952.988.4177 for more information.
Special Olympics
www.specialolympicsminnesota.org
Special Olympics offer year-round sports training
and competition for children and adults with intellectual disabilities.
True Friends
www.truefriends.org
A world where experiences and adventures are
open to individuals of all abilities. Camps. Respite.
Programs. Travel. Call 1.800.450.8376 for more information.
Upstream Arts
www.upstreamarts.org
Life Pages
www.lifepages.org
Life pages offers information for Minnesotans
of all ages and abilities who want to enrich their
lifestyle as well as their connections to the greater
community.
The mission of Upstream Arts is to enhance the
lives of adults and youth with disabilities by fostering creative communication and social independence through the power of arts education. Call
612.331.4584 for more information.
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Special Events
Spring & Summer Crafts
Get ready for spring and summer by making seasonal-themed crafts to
give as gifts or take home to enjoy yourself. Lunch will be provided.
Saturday, May 2, 2015 • 11:00 am-1:00 pm
$5 • Support Staff attends for Free (Pre-registration required)
Northeast Middle School, 2955 Hayes St. NE
Park in the back of the building and enter through the parking lot door.
Please call David Warnest at 612.668.1515 for more information.
T-Shirt Extravaganza!
Have fun learning how to decorate and produce
a custom T-Shirt made just for you. Create your
own T-Shirt to wear around town and at special
events. The event includes a light lunch.
Saturday, May 9, 2015
11:00 am-1:00 pm
$5 • Support Staff attends for Free (Pre-registration required)
Northeast Middle School, 2955 Hayes St. NE
Park in the back of the building & enter through the parking lot door.
Please call David Warnest at
612.668.1515 for more information.
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Activity & Luncheon
Come and enjoy this Northeast Access tradition. We will first decorate flower pots.
Then have a tasty salad bar lunch and end the day by filling your newly decorated pots
with fresh flowers to take home.
Saturday, May 16, 2015 • 11:00 am-1:00 pm
$5 • Support Staff attends for Free (Pre-registration required)
Northeast Middle School, 2955 Hayes St. NE
Special Events
Plant a Spring Flower
Park in the back of the building and enter through the parking lot door.
Please call David Warnest at 612.668.1515 for more information.
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End of the Year BBQ
Help us celebrate another great year of Saturday events at
Northeast. This annual event will feature food and games on
the lawn. If the weather is bad we will eat in the cafeteria and
play in our gym. Rain or shine, we hope that you’ll join us.
Saturday, May 23, 2015 • 11:00 am-1:00 pm
$5 • Support Staff attends for Free (Pre-registration required)
Northeast Middle School, 2955 Hayes St. NE
Park in the back of the building and enter through the parking lot door.
Please call David Warnest at 612.668.1515 for more information.
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Special Events
Activities at Windom South Recreation Center
5843 Wentworth Ave. South
Minneapolis, MN
Please pay for classes at the door;
Do not send in money.
For more information or directions to
the park, please call Recreation Supervisor
Rosey Vogan at 612.370.4869.
Adapted Open Gym
Come and enjoy shooting hoops and making
new friends. Classes are held the first and third
Saturday of every month.
Saturdays, April 4, 18 & May 2, 16
2:00-4:00 pm • $1 at door
Crafting Fun
Come and explore your creative side! Pre-registration
required so we have enough supplies. If interpreter
services are needed, please call Rosey at 612.370.4869
two weeks in advance of class start date.
Saturdays, April 4, 18
1:00-2:00 pm • $3 at door per class
Access Services Advisory Council
The Access Services Advisory Council helps shape
the programs and services we provide for adults with
developmental disabilities.
The Council meets quarterly. Participants in the Access Services program
and people who work in the disability field are encouraged to join.
For more information, call Krista Gustafson at 612.668.3948
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Access Services Class Locations
Access Services Class Locations
Windom Park South • 612.370.4869
5843 Wentworth Ave. South
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Registration Information
Registration Information
TTY Users: to reach your registration
sites please call Minnesota Relay at
1.800.627.3529.
For classes at Anwatin:
Anwatin Community Education
256 Upton Ave. S
Minneapolis, MN 55405
Coordinator: Matt Branch
612.668.2470
[email protected]
For classes at Edison:
Edison Community Education
700 22nd Ave.NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Coordinator: David Warnest
612.668.1306
[email protected]
For classes and Saturday events
at Northeast Middle & Bowling at
Memory Lanes:
Northeast Middle Community Education
2955 Hayes St. NE
Minneapolis, MN 55418
Coordinator: David Warnest
612.668.1515
[email protected]
For classes at South
South High School Community Education
3131 19th Ave. S.
Minneapolis, MN 55407
Coordinator: Jean Dutcher
612.668.4325
[email protected]
Weather Hotline: 612.668.1129
Access Services may be closed due to inclement
weather. Call if you have questions about closings.
Registering by Mail
Complete both registration and personal information
forms, enclose the proper fee for your class(es) or
credit card information and mail to the appropriate
team site. Make checks or money orders payable to
Special School District #1. Do Not Send Cash.
Registration by Phone
To reserve space in classes or special events, call the
appropriate team site for your activity during business hours.
Credit Card Payment Option
A Visa or MasterCard can be used to pay for classes
offered through Anwatin, Northeast, and South and
for Special Event tickets for participants and support staff as long as payment for your entire group is
made on one individual card. We cannot split fees or
accommodate multiple credit card transactions for
the same activity or event.
Accommodations & Accessibility
Please indicate on your registration form, any accommodations needed to effectively participate in
the class for which you wish to register. Examples
of accommodations include, but are not limited to:
•
Sign language interpreter
•
Alternate format registration materials
•
Accessible classroom location
•
Alternate format class materials
•
Dietary restrictions
(Refreshments are served in some classes)
Please register at least one week in advance of a
class, to allow for arrangement of accommodations.
Note to Support Coordinator Providers
Many of the programs that Access Services offers can
be paid through the DD Waiver. As you are planning
for services and supports you may want to consider
this funding option. Often, the use of funds needs to
be paired with a goal within the person’s individual
plan. Participants must pay for their classes. Access
Services does not bill county agencies. Receipts will
be issued so participant can apply for financial reimbursement based on waiver stipulations.
For further information on classes
and registration, please call the
site offering the class directly.
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Return this form with class registration ONLY if participant is involved in a sports/athletic
activity or has personal and/or medical information we should be aware of.
Name: ____________________________________ Phone: (______)______________
Personal Information Form
Personal Information Form
Person completing form: _______________________________ Date: ____________
Group Home (if applicable): __________________________________________________
Position: ___________________________________ Phone: (______)______________
Medical Background
Seizures: _________________________________________________________________
Allergies: ________________________________________________________________
Special Diet: _________________________________________________________________
Physical Limitations/Restrictions: _________________________________________________
______________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
Additional Information
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
____________________________________________________________________________
_____________________________________________________________________________
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Registration Forms
Registration Instructions: Complete the form below along with the Personal Information Form on page 13, if necessary.
Staff must also purchase a ticket if attending special events. Participants requiring assistance for physical and/or behavioral issues must be accompanied by a caregiver. Mail the form and checks or credit card information to the site offering
the class or event directly. For credit card payment information, see page 12. For further information, please call sites.
Minneapolis Community Education Access Services Registration Form
Class
Series
Date
Class Location
Class Fee
Participants (up to 6)
Number of Staff (for Special Events): ___________
Total Payment:
Wheelchair User: ● Yes ● No
Interpreter Services: ● Yes ● No
$
Receipt Needed: ● Yes ● No
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ______ Zip: ___________ Phone: (________)_________________________
Group Home (if applicable): _________________________________ Coordinator: _______________________________
Payment Information
■ Check/Money Order enclosed
■ Credit Card: ● Visa ● MasterCard
Amount to be charged: $_______
Name of Cardholder: _________________________________________________________________________________
Card Number: _____________ - _____________ - _____________ - _____________
Exp. Date: ______/_______
Minneapolis Community Education Access Services Registration Form
Class
Series
Date
Class Location
Class Fee
Participants (up to 6)
Number of Staff (for Special Events): ___________
Total Payment:
Wheelchair User: ● Yes ● No
Interpreter Services: ● Yes ● No
$
Receipt Needed: ● Yes ● No
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ______ Zip: ___________ Phone: (________)_________________________
Group Home (if applicable): _________________________________ Coordinator: _______________________________
Payment Information
■ Check/Money Order enclosed
■ Credit Card: ● Visa ● MasterCard
Amount to be charged: $_______
Name of Cardholder: _________________________________________________________________________________
Card Number: _____________ - _____________ - _____________ - _____________
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Exp. Date: ______/_______
Minneapolis Community Education Access Services Registration Form
Class
Series
Date
Class Location
Class Fee
Participants (up to 6)
Number of Staff (for Special Events): ___________
Total Payment:
Wheelchair User: ● Yes ● No
Interpreter Services: ● Yes ● No
$
Receipt Needed: ● Yes ● No
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ______ Zip: ___________ Phone: (________)_________________________
Group Home (if applicable): _________________________________ Coordinator: _______________________________
Payment Information
■ Check/Money Order enclosed
■ Credit Card: ● Visa ● MasterCard
Amount to be charged: $_______
Name of Cardholder: _________________________________________________________________________________
Card Number: _____________ - _____________ - _____________ - _____________
Registration Forms
Registration Instructions: Complete the form below along with the Personal Information Form on page 13, if necessary.
Staff must also purchase a ticket if attending special events. Participants requiring assistance for physical and/or behavioral issues must be accompanied by a caregiver. Mail the form and checks or credit card information to the site offering
the class or event directly. For credit card payment information, see page 12. For further information, please call sites.
Exp. Date: ______/_______
Minneapolis Community Education Access Services Registration Form
Class
Series
Date
Class Location
Class Fee
Participants (up to 6)
Number of Staff (for Special Events): ___________
Total Payment:
Wheelchair User: ● Yes ● No
Interpreter Services: ● Yes ● No
$
Receipt Needed: ● Yes ● No
Address: ____________________________________________________________________________________________
City: __________________________ State: ______ Zip: ___________ Phone: (________)_________________________
Group Home (if applicable): _________________________________ Coordinator: _______________________________
Payment Information
■ Check/Money Order enclosed
■ Credit Card: ● Visa ● MasterCard
Amount to be charged: $_______
Name of Cardholder: _________________________________________________________________________________
Card Number: _____________ - _____________ - _____________ - _____________
Exp. Date: ______/_______
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Minneapolis Community Education
Davis Center, 1250 West Broadway Ave.
Minneapolis, MN 55411
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has something for you!
Interim Superintendent
of Schools
Michael Goar
Check out the new classes and activities in this
brochure and find one that’s just right for you!
Executive Director of
Community Education
Classes start the week of April 13—Register today!
Special School
District No. l
Access Services
MINNEAPOLIS PUBLIC SCHOOLS
Minneapolis, Minnesota
Minneapolis Community Education
Jack Tamble
An Equal Opportunity
School District
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