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FAQs

How can I help my athlete get the most out of KEEN?

Make sure your athlete arrives on time and is wearing comfortable play clothes. Introduce yourself to his or her coaches and let them know how your athlete is feeling that day. When you pick up your athlete, thank the coaches and find out how the session went.

What should I do if my athlete will be absent?

Call KEEN at 650-438-5861 or email parents@keensanfrancisco.org. It’s important for us to know if your athlete will be absent, so we can coordinate our volunteer assignments. Please call us, even if your call is at the very beginning of the session! For more information, see our Attendance Policy.

 What emergency contact information do I need to provide?

It’s vital that we be able to get in touch with you or someone you trust in case of emergency. We also need information on the medication your child is currently taking. Please make sure that our Emergency Contact Form with your athlete’s information is up-to-date.

How can I become more involved in KEEN?

Parent involvement is a critical component of KEEN. We need parent input for our Newsletter, and welcome ideas for parent information sharing and support. We also welcome parent input for program development, etc. For more information, call 650-438-5861 or email parents@keensanfrancisco.org.

How can I get assistance through Social Security?

Click here for a pdf of information on how to get connected to the Social Security Administration’s (SSA’s) Supplemental Security Income (SSI) program.

 

Helpful Resources for Parents
 
Childhood Disability Starter Kit:
 
This collection of resources will list all the documents you need to apply on behalf of your child.
 
Childhood Blue Book
The Blue Book contains each disability that the SSA sees as potentially disabling. Check to see if your child medically qualifies. If your child has a disability that isn’t listed, you can also “match” a listing by showing your child has similar symptoms.
 
This will give your family an idea as to whether or not your household income is low enough for your child to qualify for SSI benefits.
 
All of the SSA offices your family can complete your application process at. There is at least one office in every state.
SSA Toll-Free Phone Number: 1-800-772-1213