Serving Autism On and Off The Tennis Court

Tennis Program Registration

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COVID-19 “Return to Tennis” Mandatory Protocol

  1. Register Online for LSA program and sign COVID-19 electronic waiver.
  2. PHASE 1: Small group size/6 feet between tennis participants. No more than 10 total people including Program Director/Coach, participants and volunteers. Parents are expected to assist with 1-1 for their child on the tennis court as needed. Program participants on waiting lists may participate in weekly virtual tennis classes until additional in-person class time is offered.
  3. Complete in-person screening before every class at your designated clinic location.
  4. Wear masks to and from tennis class.
  5. Temperature checks before every tennis class.
  6. Hand sanitizer before and after tennis class.
  7. Tennis Equipment: It is encouraged but not mandatory for the program participant to bring his/her own racquet. Shared equipment will be cleaned after every tennis class.
  8. If I get or have had COVID-19, I will report it to the Program Director/Coach and not attend any in-person Love Serving Autism events until 7 days after my symptoms end. I will go to the doctor and get written clearance before returning to any tennis activities.

Upcoming In-Person Programs

 Please email Lisa@loveservingautism.org with any questions.

During the registration process please note that “Participant” refers to the tennis player/family member you are signing up on behalf of.

Beginner Level: Red Ball (intro to tennis, basic skills, hand-eye coordination, social skills)

Intermediate Level: Orange Ball (tennis experience required, adding movement w/drills and games, social skills)

Advanced Level: Green Ball (tennis experience required, Rallying on a full-size tennis court, learning rules of tennis for competition, social skills)

Inclusion: Yellow Ball (tennis experience required, student enters into typical after-school program or tournament competition, social skills)

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