Special Recreation of Joliet & Channahon (SRJC)
Special Recreation of Joliet & Channahon (SRJC) is a cooperative extension of the Joliet and Channahon Park Districts, which provides year-round recreation activities for individuals who wish to participate in alternative Park District programs. These programs are designed to help participants who have physical or mental disabilities, sensory impairments, or any other type of disability, to develop leisure skills, independent living skills, and motor skills. In addition to these benefits, perhaps the most important aspect of SRJC’s programs is fun! SRJC staff members have experience in therapeutic recreation or related fields. SRJC provides training sessions for all staff members. We will provide the appropriate staff-to-participant ratios. Transportation is available for some SRJC programs to residents of Joliet and Channahon for an additional fee.
For more information about SRJC or to request a registration form, call the office at 815-741-7275 ext. 160.
Channahon’s Three Rivers Festival Special Needs Day – FREE!
Pre-Registration is required!
Visit www.threeriversfest.info for details after June 1
Wednesday, August 8, 2018
10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m.
24856 E. Eames Street (Route 6 & Bluff Road), Channahon, IL
10:00 AM Swimming (optional)
11:30 AM Complimentary Lunch provided by McDonald’s and TCBY for Registered Participants
12:00 PM Carnival Rides – until 2:00 PM
Channahon-Minooka Rotary Club
Jerry and Lorraine Davidson
Fantasy Amusement Company
Morris Rotary Club
Rotary Club of Joliet
Sunshine Through Golf
Ages 13 year & up
SRJC is teaming up with the Chicago District Golf Association and the Golf Pros at Heritage Bluffs Public Golf Club. You have an opportunity to learn the rules, technique, and etiquette of the game of golf. This cooperative effort will help increase social skills, community interaction, and knowledge about golf.
Location: Heritage Bluffs Public Golf Club
|May 8-June 5||TU||5-6 PM|
|June 19-July 17||TU||5-6 PM|
The Joliet Park District supports the rights of people with special needs to participate in any program. An adult or child must adhere to the guidelines of that particular program. The Joliet Park District believes that all members of the community are entitled to have equal leisure opportunities.
For information on the inclusion process, please contact the (SRJC) office at 815 741-7275 ext. 160.
Any accommodations and expectations will be discussed prior to the start of a program.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
The Joliet Park District complies with the Americans with Disabilities Act, which prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Volunteers SRJC is always looking for volunteers who have a desire to work with special needs individuals. If you would like to be a part of our team, please contact the SRJC offices at 815-741-7275 ext. 160.
SRJC Summer Registration
Registration begins April 1.
Transportation is provided to most of our programs for residents. Otherwise, we depart from the Kathy Green Multi-Purpose Center. If a fee is listed, door-to-door transportation is optional for the program.