2121 West Indian Trail

Aurora, IL 60506

Monday-Friday: 8:30am-5:30pm


Saturday: Closed

 
Sunday: Closed

Contact Us
Office Hours

Office: (630)-907-1114

Fax: 630-907-1116

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© 2017 Fox Valley Special Recreation Association

About FVSRA

Fox Valley Special Recreation Association (FVSRA) was formed in 1976 and is an extension of the Batavia, Fox Valley, Geneva, Oswegoland, St. Charles, Sugar Grove Park Districts, and South Elgin Parks & Recreation Department to provide a diverse range of year round recreational activities to enable residents with disabilities to experience active, healthy and playful lifestyles. Programs are designed to include opportunities that will enhance skill development and socialization, encourage self-awareness and community exploration, promote independence through personal choice of least restrictive environments, and provide a sense of enjoyment, satisfaction and fulfillment.

The mission of FVSRA is to enrich the lives of people with disabilities. Working collaboratively with member agencies and community partners, we pledge to put PEOPLE FIRST.

The FVSRA Office is located in Aurora at 2121 West Indian Trail in the Fox Valley Park District Vaughn Athletic Center. Registrations are accepted at this location.  

FVSRA Office Hours

 

Monday: Friday, 8:30am-5:30pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday:  Closed

When are programs offered?

FVSRA provides year-round Therapeutic Recreation Services including General Programs, Special Olympics Sports, Leisure Education, Day Camp, Special Events, Travel Opportunities, Individualized Programming, and Social Programs. All participants receive a Therapeutic Recreation Assessment upon registering to assist with proper placement within FVSRA programs. Program brochures are published three times per year– Summer, Fall and Winter/Spring.

Who can register for programs?

Any individual with a disability may register for FVSRA programs. Residents of the seven Member Agencies are eligible to register for programs at the resident fee. Non-residents may also register but pay a higher non-resident registration fee. Certain programs also accept registration of siblings within the same program. Programs are offered for all age groups and ability levels.

Where are the programs offered?

Through an excellent working relationship with seven Member Agencies, FVSRA is able to offer participants programs at a variety of fine Member Agency facilities. Programs are held at many different locations. Transportation pick-up points are located in each Member Agency Community to provide participants easier access to programs.

How is FVSRA governed?

FVSRA is governed by a Board of Directors comprised of representatives from each of the seven Member Agencies. The staff includes an Executive Director, an Assistant Director, a Superintendant of Recreation, four Recreation Managers, three Recreation Coordinators, two Therapeutic Recreation Specialists, a Marketing and Design Coordinator, a Human Resources Manager, a Business Manager, an Office Supervisor, a Customer Service Representative and Part-time staff and Volunteers to assist with the program operations.

Financial resources come from the Special Recreation Tax levied by the seven Member Park Districts, fundraising, donations and the nominal registration fees charged for programs. Residents will not be denied the opportunity to participate because of financial need. Scholarship applications are available upon request and financial assistance is available to those who qualify.

FVSRA Organizational Chart - July 2017