CHASA 2017 Adult Retreat

 

ANNOUNCEMENT: We’ve had an overwhelming response to our adult retreat and registration has closed early. We are creating a wait list and if we have cancellations or can expand our space, we may be able to add more attendees. If you’re interested in attending, please add your name to the 2017 CHASA ADULT RETREAT WAIT LIST.

Join other CHASA adults with hemiplegia, ages 18 and up, for four days of fun! The retreat begins on Thursday, July 13, 2017 – whenever you arrive – and ends at noon on Sunday, July 16, 2017. We’ll meet at the Griffin Gate Marriott in Lexington, Kentucky. This will be a social event with the agenda set by the attendees. Family members are welcome and encouraged to attend and will have a separate meeting space.

Additional Information

  • The registration fee is $10 per family
  • The group rate for a hotel room is $143 a night plus tax. There are a limited number of hotel rooms available so please make your reservation as soon as possible. We will most likely exceed our room block and you may not be able to obtain the group rate for your room.
  • Scholarships are¬†available and you’ll sign up for scholarships using the registration form. Scholarships will be awarded during the event and you’ll be notified of your scholarship within 5 days of submitting the registration form. Scholarships for those staying 3 nights will be $430. Scholarships for fewer hotel night stays (for those who cannot arrive on Thursday) will be smaller. We anticipate being able to award scholarships to everyone who requests a scholarship. Please do not wait to register and request a scholarship. If availability becomes limited, we will post that information here.
  • Adults with hemiplegia must be age 18 years or older as of July 13, 2017. If your birthday is within a week or so of this date, let us know and if we have space, we will allow you to attend.
  • This event is for adults who developed hemiplegia¬†before the age of 18. We wish we could extend this invitation to include adults who’ve¬†developed hemiplegia later in life; however, our mission does not currently include this group.

For additional information contact CHASA