July Program Update
To our NAC family,
We’ve missed you! Since we began adapting to COVID-19 months ago, The National Ability Center has kept your health and safety as our first priority, taking the unprecedented step this spring to pause all of our in-person programs.
We’ve consulted with healthcare professionals, other industry leaders, participants, staff and more, and we are pleased to announce NAC’s next phase of summer programs for in-state residents.
Join us for individual paddle sport, indoor climbing and adaptive horseback lessons. In addition, custom family options will be available for families/households to recreate together.
As we move into Phase II of our strategic, phased reopening plan, we will be continuing our commitment to care. And, along the way, we will continuously evaluate the situation and health department recommendations to evolve our programs and safety requirements ensuring you can return to outdoor play with NAC while mitigating the risks.
Whether you join us at our Park City Ranch Location, on the trails or at the Jordanellee. You’ll find the same dedicated and caring NAC team you’ve come to know but things may look – and feel – a little bit different.
As you return, We are taking a number of steps to keep everyone who participates in our programs safe.
Please don’t hesitate to call us at (435) 649-3991 if you have any questions or concerns.
CEO, National Ability Center
How You Can Help:
If you or someone on your trip is feeling unwell, please rebook your lesson/trip or volunteer shift.
We are excited for your NAC experience, and know that you are too! But, we also have many people counting on us who are aging, have underlying health concerns or suppressed immune systems.
For their protection – and yours – we have rolled out a 100% refund policy for those canceling due to symptoms or who are uncomfortable with/unable to travel during the spread of the novel coronavirus.
Please contact reservations before your visit with any questions or concerns.
What NAC Is Doing:
- We are following recommendations from the Utah Department of Health.
- We’ve updated internal policies for staff and volunteers
- We’ve updated out cancellation policies to provide 100% refund to those canceling due to the coronavirus.
- We will continue to adapt as the situation and Health Department recommendations evolve.
Keep moving. Keep connected. Keep involved. Evolve with us.