CPP Memorial Healthcare System

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Running Head: Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program Shante Walker and Garland D. Jones Florida International University
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Running Head: Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program Table of Contents The Community 3 The Agency 4 Mission Statements 5 Accredited Agencies/ Legislation 8 The Program 23 Transportation/ Accessibility 25 Facilities and Staff 26 Benefits 36 Budget 38 Volunteers 47 Internships 48 Disability Services 49 Recreation Therapy Program 50 Appendices ATRA Standards of Practice Appendix A
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Running Head: Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program Staff Chart Appendix B Volunteer Application Appendix C Therapeutic Recreation Internship Application Appendix D References The Community The MOST (Maximizing Out of School Time) program for Community Youth Services serves 125 students ages 5-12 year olds during the school year at the Eastside Community Center, 175 students ages 5-12 at the Davie PAL during the summer, 50 students at Orange Park Community Center during the summer and 50 students during the summer at Phileo Outreach Church in Hallandale. The Ethnicity breakdown is 50% Hispanic, 25% African American, and 25% Caucasian. This program is funded by the Children’s Service Council of Broward County, which also funds similar MOST programs for agencies like the YMCA, ASP Inc., and Sunshine. This program looks to serve youth 200% under the TANF (Temporary Assistance for Needy Families) poverty level that is established by Florida DCF guidelines.
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Running Head: Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program The Agency The program is operated by Memorial Healthcare System, which employs over 12,000 employees and is the second largest employer in Broward County. Community Youth Services is one small department and component of Memorial Healthcare System. CYS is a not for profit social service agency such as Smith, Henderson, and Hispanic Unity. CYS has approximately 100 employees and 12 teams that consist of MOST, Youth Force, MOMS, Family Ties, Healthy Start, Healthy Families, Diversion, MOST and Youth Force Special Needs, Respite, and ACRA. All programs are 100% grant funded through different sources, which include: The Children’s Service Council of Broward County, FDLE, and DCF.
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Running Head: Memorial Healthcare System: Community Parks and Therapeutic Recreation Program Mission Statement The Memorial Healthcare System provides safe, quality, cost- effective, patient and family centered care regardless of one’s ability to pay, with the goal of improving the health of the community it serves. Agency Vision Statement
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