As we enter this next phase where the state starts to loosen restrictions and people start to talk about “reopening”, SEEC will instead talk about “What’s Next?”
SEEC hasn’t stopped providing services throughout this pandemic. We’re just doing it differently. And we’ve learned a lot in the process.
In seeing some of the significant achievements people have made during this time, we’ve realized that the people we support have not only the potential but also the drive for being in meaningful relationships, having paid employment, and having choice and control of their own lives. We have learned that for many people, virtual supports with lessons and socialization have been an opportunity to thrive and show their creativity and talent. To that end, we want to be thoughtful about “What’s Next.”Download PDF
Inclement Weather Policy
SEEC follows Montgomery County Public School (MCPS) closure policy during inclement weather as announced by TV and radio stations. You may check SEEC’s website for our current operation status during inclement weather.
- If MCPS is closed all day for inclement weather: SEEC’s day programs are closed. Our Supported Living program is always “open.”
- If MCPS has a delayed opening for inclement weather: SEEC offices and programs are open normal hours, 9am-5pm.
- If MCPS closes early for inclement weather: SEEC staff will contact families to make transportation arrangements to send individuals home.
- If MCPS is open for “administrative personnel only” during inclement weather: SEEC will not provide vocational and day support services to individuals. SEEC Staff should contact their supervisor ASAP
In the event of inclement weather and SEEC is open but MCPS is already closed due to their normal operating calendar, please contact your direct support staff.
Employment and Day Supports
Follow MCPS closure policy as announced through various media, and as explained above. Individuals supported in paid positions follow their employers’ policy concerning weather closures.
Individuals in Supported Living will continue to be supported at home if the conditions outside are determined to be unsafe, and if the individuals’ day programs are not operating.
Expect delays during inclement weather.