frequently asked questions
What are the criteria to become a participant?
-Participant must have independent self help skills (i.e. toileting, eating, etc.)
-Participant must be able to follow simple verbal commands and participate in activities with minimum assistance from the staff.
-Physical, cognitive, and medical needs of participants must be such that they don ot require one on one assistance
How do you become a participant?
-We require an entrance interview, to help get to know the future participant and get to see their functioning levels
What does EFGC cost?
-There is a $125 annual registration fee
-Cost is determined on the attendance of participant
Does EFGC provide transportation?
-No, EFGC does not provide transportation to the Foundation, but we can recommend a transportation service.
-EFGC does provide transportation to and from scheduled field trips.
What is EFGC's schedule?
-We are open Monday through Thursday, 7:50 a.m.- 6:00 p.m.
-We do follow the Baldwin County School System for weather closings and holidays
What type of activities does EFGC offer?
-Field Trips: library, bowling, Prodisee Pantry, and community field trips
-Special Olympics: Basketball, Baseball, Swimming, Rhythmic Gymnastics, Cheerleading
-Dance without Limits
How do I get involved with EFGC?
-We take volunteers, so you can send us an email about what interests you about us.
-Please go over to our "Get Involved" or "Contact Us" tab to learn more.
Does EFGC serve youth or adults?
-Our day to day activities are ages 18+
-Summer program serves adolescents