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Ymca hamed alshahrani

  1. 1. Hamed Alshaharni,Christina Carpio, Marcia White, Amy Schmidt, Jon Veit MCA CAHA 500
  2. 2. Outline • History and Background - Hamed • Mission and Vision - Jon • Services Offered - Amy • Barriers - Christina • Philosophy Supported - Marcia • Theoretical Support - Marcia
  3. 3. History and Background Young Men's Christian Association
  4. 4. History and Background Founder of the YMCA • 1821 • 1844 • Initial members o Young Men’s Bible Study George Williams
  5. 5. History and Background - 1851 • in Montreal on November 25 • at the Old South Church in Boston on December 29. - 1853 • the first YMCA for African Americans was founded in Washington, D.C.
  6. 6. History and Background August of 1957 • The original DeKalb Family YMCA was incorporated. - Today ,the YMCA engages more than 10,000 neighborhood across the U.S
  7. 7. Mission and Vision Promote Christian Principles (Core Values) • Caring • Honesty • Respect • Responsibility
  8. 8. Mission and Vision Areas of Focus: • Youth Development • Healthy Living • Social Responsibility
  9. 9. Mission and Vision SPIRIT MIND BODY
  10. 10. Water Class Offerings • Exercise • Re-Coup/MS • Aqua Bootcamp • Jogging • Arthritis Aquatics • Walking • Low-Impact • Senior +65 • Aqua Zumba • Masters Swim
  11. 11. Land Class Offerings • Belly Dancing • Pilates • Hula Hoop • Yoga • Zumba • Spinning • Boot Camp • Aerobics • Kickboxing • Core Training
  12. 12. Specialized Adult Classes • Martial Arts • Roller Hockey: Drop-In or League • Volleyball: Drop-In or League • Racquetball • Soccer • Lifeguard Certification Courses
  13. 13. Programs ● Listen-First Instruction ● Diabetes Prevention Program ● Enhance Fitness ● Silver Sneakers ● Group Active ● Live Healthy Team Challenge
  14. 14. Clients • Children • Adults • Families • Seniors • Community
  15. 15. Barriers • Outreach to the Community • Community Promotion- Radio, Flyers, Schools, Newspaper Ads., Email, Newsletters, Social Media (Facebook, Twitter) • Provides Scholarships- Nobody is turned away o Application Process
  16. 16. Barriers Extended Hours • M-F: 5 AM-10 PM • Sat: 6AM-6PM • Sun: 10AM-6PM Now 2 Locations for your local YMCA Schedule Information: www.kishymca.org
  17. 17. Barriers • Data Driven Surveys: o What do you wou want? o When do you want it? o What social activities do you want to see? • Language Barriers • Daycare Provided for families
  18. 18. Philosophy Supported • Behaviorist o Environment shaping behavior o Systematic instruction • Why? o The environment o Change behavior
  19. 19. Theoretical Support An Application of the Theory of Planned Behavior to Exercise Among Older Adults by Gretchen A. Brenes, Michael J. Strube and Martha Storandt • Summary o Older adults are least likely to exercise o Planned Behavior Model Theory
  20. 20. Theoretical Support Cont. • Methodology o Age Range 53-84 years old o 60% White, 31% African American, 2% Native American & 1% Asian • Three predictor behaviors o attitudes, subjective norms, perceived behavioral control
  21. 21. The theory of planned behavior (Ajzen, 1985). • In Conclusion o 93% at 1 month, 90% at 3 months and 89% at 9 months o Once adults participated they generally stayed on course.
  22. 22. References Brenes, G. A., Strube, M. J., & Storandt, M. (1998). An application of the theory of planned behavior to exercise among older adults. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 28(24), 2274-2290. Kishwaukee family YMCA (n.d.).The YMCA. http://www.kishymca.org/ The YMCA (2014). YMCA of the USA. http://www.ymca.net/
  23. 23. Question For You What benefits of the YMCA did you take away after enjoying our presentation?
  24. 24. Any Questions?

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