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Archway Programs 2009 Annual Review

  1. 1. Early Intervention Archway Programs Because everyone’s need is special . . . A Adult Partial Care Day in the Life... Archway Schools Children’s Program Disabilities Support Children’s Partial Care Senior Services
  2. 2. who we are… Our Mission Archway Programs offers a wide array of people, services, products and facilities wholly committed to excellence and solely dedicated to assisting children and adults to succeed. Our Vision Archway Programs enjoys a premier reputation throughout New Jersey for quality programming, sound business practices, integrity and ethics in providing educational, therapeutic and human services at or above national standards. We embrace a philosophy of excellence with caring. This is measured through quality assurance and improvement; human resource development; process and outcomes assessment; and professional affiliations. Our History Founded in 1965, Archway Programs is a private, non-profit human services organization serving people with special needs as well as typical clients, ranging from infants and young children through adults and senior citizens. Archway is comprised of three divisions: › Education Services (includes private schools for the handicapped) › Human Services › Childrens’ Services With a staff of 500, Archway currently operates 16 programs, annually serving up to 2,500 students and clients in Southern New Jersey. ›1 …because everyone’s need is special
  3. 3. table of contents Archway Programs & Services Letter from Chairperson of the Board of Trustees, Terriann Procida . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Letter from CEO, Daniel J. Martin, Ed.D. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 3 Before & After School Child Care Just Kids . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Archway Schools Lower School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6 Washington Township School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8 Upper School . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10 Foster Children Services Positive Encounters . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11 Early Childhood Programs Step By Step - Early Intervention Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12 Youth & Adolescent Partial Care Youth & Adolescent Programs . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14 Adult Partial Care ACT Program . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 Senior Services Senior Activity Center . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17 Developmental Disabilities Services Residential Group Homes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Respite Programs. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 Supportive Living/REFIL . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 The Archway Foundation . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Sources of Funds, Collaborating Agencies & Sources of Revenue . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 Archway Board of Trustees and Foundation Board . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 Major Donors and Program Locations . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 2›
  4. 4. A Day in the Life... “I am in awe of the As a member of the Board of Trustees and its current chair, as well as a trustee on the Archway Foundation Board, I am intimately caring and nurturing familiar with and supportive of the services we provide to those in need. I am honored to serve this organization and bring a unique approach this perspective to my experience as a volunteer and business partner. organization has More important, it is through my personal experience with Archway that I understand A Day in the Life of an Archway adopted...” consumer. My sister, Mary Beth, is a resident at one of the Archway group homes. As her guardian, I interact frequently with the staff of the home and those interactions have reinforced my belief in the immeasurable benefits and breadth of services this organization provides to individuals of all ages and their families. My experience with Archway, both as a consumer and a business partner, provides me with a rare perspective into the organization. The amazing thing is in both relationships I am in awe of the caring and nurturing approach Archway has adopted in all aspects of its culture. My experience with numerous employers and many non- profits throughout this region has made me realize that an organization’s culture is critical to delivering its mission. It is sometimes so difficult for non-profit employers to develop and reinforce a strong culture of caring, not only for the consumers they serve but also for the employees who carry out their mission. Archway Programs continues to offer something special to its clients and staff, giving them the tools and most important, the support they need to succeed. Terriann Procida Chairperson, Archway Programs Board of Trustees Founding Partner, Innovative Benefit Planning ›1 2
  5. 5. all day, every day... “...Our dedicated staff Because everyone’s need is special, Archway Programs offers a wide array of people, services, products and facilities, wholly is there to respond to a committed to excellence and solely dedicated to assisting children and adults to succeed…one minute… one hour… one day at a time. need as it surfaces.” People’s needs are never controlled by the clock, conveniently timed to meet a pre-arranged work schedule. Rather, they evolve naturally. Archway Programs succeeds because our dedicated staff is there to respond to a need as it surfaces. Whether in the early morning when a young family is scrambling to meet their daily grind, or in the middle of the night when a group home resident needs consoling…we are there. When families need relief from the 24-7 dedication, and, yes, sometimes burden of caring for a loved one who cannot care for himself… we are there. In a time of mental health crisis… we are there. When parents are frustrated by a child’s failure to thrive… we are there! Archway Programs was founded on the premise that we would always be prepared to respond whenever the need may arise. Since 1965, we have succeeded in meeting that challenge. A Day in the Life will introduce you to real people within the Archway community – consumers, students, families and staff. We invite you to experience their triumphs and see their continuing progress in real time through this unique glimpse into their everyday lives. We hope that their smiling faces and kind words serve as a testament to our mission to successfully match services to needs – one person at a time, one day at a time. Daniel J. Martin, Ed.D. Chief Executive Officer, Archway Programs 2› 3
  6. 6. before and after school care… Just Kids Lorin Powell, Just Kids’ mission is to work in collaboration with the hosting school Director of the district to provide quality school- based childcare to children attending Just Kids Program the specific elementary/middle school. Our 20th anniversary theme - 20 Years of Enriching Children’s This service ensures child safety while Lives - is the perfect opportunity providing a relationship building and to thank all of our talented staff child enrichment curriculum. These three elements - safety, relationships members for their continued and enrichment - are the building dedication, personal investment, blocks of our excellent service. and caring nature towards the children and families we serve. We have over 20 years of experience providing quality before and after Each and every one of our staff school care in the public schools. Each strives to make a difference in program is licensed as a childcare a child’s life daily. Children are center by the State of NJ. Just Kids thriving, learning, exploring and serves over 1000 students from growing due to their efforts! preschool to eighth grade, depending upon the school population. ››››››››››››››››››››› A Day in the Life... 7:00 am ... at the crack of dawn, as parents scurry off to work, children can find comfort and support at their local elementary school’s Just Kids Program. ›4
  7. 7. before and after school care… What makes Just Kids different from other school age childcare providers? Districts Served › 110+ mature and experienced staff › Extensive curriculum includes Gloucester County Camden County science, music, anti- bullying East Greenwich Township Barrington › Average length of service for initiative, community service, and Franklin Township Bellmawr supervisors is 8 years parent involvement activities Logan Township Collingswood › Over 40 hours of extensive summer › Combination of child- directed and Monroe Township Magnolia and year round professional Washington Township Merchantville staff- directed curriculum development Runnemede Salem County › Soft space for comfort and individual › Thorough emergency planning and preparedness practices Pennsville quiet activities Maggie from Whitman said….. It is such a relief as a parent to feel confident and secure leaving my child in the care of nice people who take time to run this well organized program. We love that our child has choices for activities and that she is able to get a good breakfast and snack while being in the company of people she likes and trusts. 5›
  8. 8. Archway private schools for the handicapped… Susan Lafferty, Principal, Archway Programs Lower School Our Archway school communities pride themselves in offering not only superior education, but also in giving that little extra something. We truly care about each and every person who walks through our doors - and this love translates into a learning environment full of unyielding support to further foster growth and solidify a successful future for all of our students. Since 1965, The Archway Schools Preparing our students to live have been meeting the special independently is as important as education needs of students providing a good education in a safe, throughout Southern New Jersey. effective learning setting. This goal ››››››››››››››››››››› is reached through a wide variety of The Archway Schools offer a support services, including: diversified approach to public school districts seeking out-of-district › Behavior and Stress Management placement for students experiencing Techniques multiple, behavioral and autistic › Physical Therapy disabilities. › Occupational Therapy Learning takes place in a traditional school setting with a high level of › Speech Therapy personal attention. Our programs All of our teachers, counselors and feature small class sizes, certified therapists work hard with students teachers, and a full range of related in these small class environments services. Students receive the personal to deliver caring and effective attention and special education that educational services. They are highly all parents desire for their children. motivated and continue to investigate Pre-vocational training classes, as new and innovative methodologies A Day in the Life...8:00 am well as work-study experiences, to benefit and maximize student complement the students’ life skills achievement. programs. Special needs demand special people providing heartfelt support... all day, everyday. ›6
  9. 9. the Lower School… The Lower School Archway’s Lower School provides Sarah’s parents, Kenny & Cheryl say... a wide variety of individualized After several years of frustration with Sarah’s old education program, functional academic and life skills we were directed to Archway’s Lower School in Atco. programs for special needs students, ages 3 to 21. I made the call to Lower School Principal Sue Lafferty, and without hesitation, we set up a visit. Sue made it a point to have us bring Sarah The Lower School specializes in, but along - that was a first! When we met with Sue, she happily answered all is not limited to serving children with: of our questions and offered to take us on a tour. Sue really made a point › Autism to include Sarah in all of this, 100%…another first for us! By the time we › Pervasive Developmental Disabilities left, we had all pretty much made up our minds - Archway was definitely (PDD) the right place for us! ››››››››››››››››››››› › Communication and Multiple It’s been over three years since we made the huge transition. There have Disabilities been so many “firsts” for Sarah - Girl Scouts without mom, airplane › Social, Neurological, and/or shows, walks to visit the horses, school shopping trips, art and phys. ed, and Economical Challenges music designed for children with special talents, cooking, swimming, etc. With this in mind, our students do With the communication and help of the entire staff, Sarah has been given not simply receive an education at the an opportunity to become a more mature, educated, independent, and Lower School. Our staff work hard to happy young lady. Because of that, everyone involved in Sarah’s personal make sure every child also receives all life is grateful to Archway Programs! of the additional support services they need to complement their educational experience and, ultimately, succeed Guided by a caring and experienced communication and social growth in in life. Nestled on Archway’s main campus in staff, students have the opportunity to learn and practice life skills in safe, our students becomes an integral part of the Lower School’s core curriculum. A Day in the Life... 9:00 am picturesque surroundings. Atco, the Lower School includes: As with all Archway Programs schools, We believe that fun, rewarding we encourage families to be active › A Full-Service Cafeteria activities – like in-school presentations partners in shaping their child’s › Large Gymnasium and field trips – along with other educational experience. Our staff, Three years and many firsts later, opportunities for social interactions parents and children work together as Sarah is in the Lower School ready › Indoor and Outdoor Pools to start her day! are essential components in any a team to support one another, ensure › A Serene Lakeside Setting, Ideal for stimulating school program. Thus, any that each child is ready for whatever Fishing and Boating type of programming that helps foster may lie ahead. 7›
  10. 10. Archway private schools for the handicapped… Washington Trish Chance, parent of Sarah Township School Archway Programs Washington Township School has been such a positive Archway Programs Washington Parents of our students immediately experience for Sarah. For a child who has known nothing but fear and Township School has been serving the recognize the benefits of this unique rejection, she has associated alot of negative feelings with school. But this needs of special education students curriculum, and graciously share their child’s own success stories. program has shown Sarah so many new possibilities with regard to her since 1989. own educational future. And with a child of this intelligence, finding the Our pre-kindergarten through 9th Speech, occupational and physical right pathway to success is crucial. grade population consists of children therapies are also provided to students with behavioral, communication, whose Individualized Education “The staff is to be commended for their incredible empathy, patience, and and multiple disabilities, as well as Plan (IEP) calls for such services. compassion! I feel this is a real turning point for my daughter – I have students exhibiting autism spectrum Individual and group counseling witnessed her self-esteem increase, her attitude about the future brighten... disorders, such as Asperger’s sessions are part of every student’s She has even mentioned possibly pursuing a career in special education Syndrome. schedule, and a full-time certified herself! school nurse and psychiatric services At the Washington Township School, are available to address students’ our goals are simple: we want to assist needs as they arise. our students in becoming independent ››››››››››››››››››››› learners and successful problem solvers in any way possible. In order to achieve this goal, we have specially tailored our curriculum to A Day in the Life... include sequenced instruction and programming designed to smoothly transition students into their home school district. 10:00 am Washington Township School Learning takes place with a high student Kevin shows us his level of personal attention from a tadpole friend during a trip to fully-certified teaching staff, teacher Palmyra Cove Nature Park. assistants and one-to-one aides. Our small class size enhances academic goals with behavioral interventions and rewards designed to assist students to become independent learners and problem solvers. ›8
  11. 11. Washington Township School… At the Washington Township School, These spaces were specifically Cultural enrichment field trips to such Dawn Norcross, we believe that social interaction is designed to encourage students to local venues as Palmyra Cove Nature an important part of every child’s practice their learned life skills on Park, Adventure Aquarium, New parent of Tommy education. a daily basis - all in a safe, secure Jersey State Museum and Battleship environment. New Jersey are particularly popular D’Autrechy Important socialization experiences with students. For the first time, my son is available at the school include: Our students possess a real desire to learn – and our team of professionals Through the continued help and eager to go to school every day. › A Full-Service Cafeteria is constantly looking for new ways to funding from Archway Foundation’s His overall happiness and self › Town Meeting Room take learning to the next level. Grant Program, our students are able confidence continues to grow to experience “learning” at a whole every day. He considers Archway › Life Skills Room Swimming lessons, educational field new level – with lots of creativity, to be “his” school, and all the trips, and in-school presentations are › Playing Fields imagination and, especially, fun. just some of the activities that are programs and staff have proven › Fenced Playgrounds offered at the Washington Township to be an extreme benefit to his School to complement the core, › Wooded Landscape continued growth. established curriculum. 9›
  12. 12. the Upper School… The Upper School The Archway Upper School provides Nestled in a lakeside setting ideal for Math, Science, Language Arts, Visual through the Upper School’s Career a wide variety of individualized aca- such pursuits as fishing and boating, Arts, Social Studies, World Languages Center. The School-To-Work demic and pre-vocational programs the Upper School campus gives our and comprehensive Health and Educational Programs offer students along with behavior modification students the opportunity to learn and Physical Education are at the core six “hands-on” workstations while programs for special needs students, practice life skills in a serene, safe of the Upper School curriculum. learning the components found in all ages 6 to 21. environment. Some of the campus Additionally, the curriculum offers of the NJ Department of Education features include: fun activities and social interaction Core Curriculum Content Standards Children with behavioral, opportunities for all of our students for Workplace Readiness. These communication and multiple › A Full-Service Cafeteria on a daily basis, critical for any programs build character and pride disabilities, who may also be › Large Gymnasium stimulating school program. while preparing students for the future challenged socially, neurologically, › Inter-Scholastic Sports with real world job experience. and economically, receive not just an › Student Activity Rooms Students learn skills that will gain education, but also additional support › Swimming Facilities them “real-world” employment services they need to succeed in life. ››››››››››››››››››››› A Day in the Life... 11:00 am Upper School student Arianna displays her award winning birthday card and certificate of achievement. › 10
  13. 13. foster children services… Positive Encounters Positive Encounters is a community community through a variety of Each year, Positive Encounters forms raise funds to support autism research based program that has a dual service projects. This encourages a team to participate in Austism – showing that anyone has the ability objective: foster family youth, to become Speaks’ Walk Now for Autism. They to make a difference in the world. active ambassadors in each of their work hard to collect donations and 1. To motivate DYFS foster family communities while providing some youth, ages 8-17 to become active much-needed respite for foster in their community. parents and guardians. Patty McCaully, foster parent 2. To provide respite for the foster Without Archway Programs, the children I have through DYFS would not parents/guardians. From planting tress in Camden to be able to function as well as they do. The staff that I have worked with cleaning up Cooper River Park, Positive Encounters is comprised are fantastic. They have taught me how to work with my children on a our participants continue to make of a team that coordinates weekly, daily basis. I am not certified and would never have known what to look significant contributions to the South age-appropriate activities that Jersey region. for if not for their help. demonstrate: › Personal Accountability Skills › Problem Solving Skills › Prevocational Skills › Team Building Skills › Leadership Skills All Positive Encounters participants also work together to better the ››››››››››››››››››››› A Day in the Life... 12:00 pm Under the watchful eye of staff member Tiffany Bates, Positive Encounters’ Robert and Linda count donations in support of autism research at the 2009 Autism Walk. 11 ›
  14. 14. early childhood programs… Step By Step Early Intervention Program family and therapists working together › Occupational Therapists We are committed to having only the in settings that are familiar to the most highly qualified individuals on Step by Step Early Intervention child. › Physical Therapists our staff - dedicated to the well-being Program is committed to creating partnerships with children and During each visit, our practitioners › Social Workers and success of each of our children. families to foster and encourage the provide information, ideas and › Early Childhood & Special Each practitioner holds the development of infants and young strategies parents can continue to use Education Teachers appropriate individual license and/or children with developmental delays. with their child throughout the day. additional certifications as required by › Speech & Language Pathologists We provide services through an their specific discipline. In addition to the families we serve, integrated approach that includes our team includes: ››››››››››››››››››››› A Day in the Life... 1:00 pm Occupational Therapist Tracy McShea engages Camryne in a developmental activity. › 12
  15. 15. early childhood programs… Services We provide services for children from › Home and community based Early birth to three years old. Our goal is to Intervention services, which include: work in partnership with families to  Developmental Intervention develop and implement strategies that address specific goals. We believe the  Speech Therapy best model for success is collaboration  Physical Therapy – families working together with therapists.  Occupational Therapy Our services include: › Social Services as needed – offering support and education to families, › Evaluation/assessment of each guardians, and primary caregivers, child addressing seven main areas and networking with appropriate of development: agencies to address family needs  Cognitive and concerns.  Communication  Social-Emotional  Gross Motor ›››››››››››››››››››››   Fine Motor Self-Help/Adaptive Skills A Day in the Life...  Sensory › Written Individualized Family 2:00 pm Service Plan (IFSP) that is created Coming to Archway is completing in collaboration with families and my life-long search to work with describes specific goals, desired like-minded people, who believe outcomes, and strategies to address that children deserve the very best. the goals. I’m so glad to be working in that kind of environment. › Ongoing assessment of child and family needs. - Ann Breakey, Director of Step By Step – Early Intervention 13 ›
  16. 16. youth and adolescent partial care… Archway’s Daniel Preston, Partial Care Programs Archway Programs offers two types Consumer of partial care services for children: The best thing about the a Youth Program and an Adolescent adolescent program is group Partial Care Program. therapy. Group Therapy is where Youth and Adolescent Partial Care we are allowed to lay down serves children between the ages our problems and come to a of 5-18 who have behavior and/ conclusion. or emotional issues that cause interference in their daily living. Referrals to the program come from, ››››››››››››››››››››› but are not limited to, NJ Division of Children and Families, Child Study A Day in the Life... Teams, families and probation. Program staff treat children and adolescents as individuals while 3:00 pm helping them develop coping skills Wandering through our scenic and social skills needed to function lakeside campus, consumers and effectively in family, social and staff are invited to enjoy the many community settings. beauties and wonders Mother Nature has on display throughout Experiences focus on the core values all four of the seasons. of structure, consistency, caring and positive role modeling. Clients engage in a behavior management system that provides positive reinforcement as youth work toward their goals, helping them to accept responsibilities for their actions. › 14
  17. 17. youth and adolescent partial care… Youth Program The Youth Program serves children Examples of such skills include: ages 5-12. › Appropriate Workforce Attitudes This program offers children the › Responding to Criticism opportunity to develop vital life skills, with a particular focus on the › Decision Making following: › Dealing with Interpersonal Issues › Goal Setting › Dealing with Psychiatric Symptoms › Medication Education/Management › Identifying Possible Career Choice › Team Building/Peer Relations › Use of Computers › Structured Learning Therapy › Activities of Daily Living › Motivation for Learning Keish Parker - › Activities/Relaxation Psycho Ed Clinical Director of › Individual Counseling Partial Care Services › Group Counseling The Youth and Adolescent Programs work diligently to aid › Community Outings consumers in learning coping › Use of Computers and anger management skills in order to decrease suspensions Adolescent Program from school and inappropriate The Adolescent Program serves behaviors. The leadership staff children and teens ages 11-18. is extremely proud of all the This program provides intervention, progress made by consumers strategies and activities that assist every year. individuals in acquiring appropriate behaviors to re-enter the community. 15 ›
  18. 18. adult partial care… ACT Adult Partial Care ACT Adult Partial Care addresses the distinctive needs of adults suffering with severe persistent mental illness through a group-oriented day program focusing on wellness and recovery. Services include: › Group Counseling, providing support for consumers in such areas as coping, social and life skills, anger management, relationship building, ››››››››››››››››››››› goal attainment and spirituality › Case Management & One-to-One Counseling › Work-Readiness Skills Training & Job Placement › Education Counseling and Support › Specialized Groups, for consumers over 60 years old and for those with a history of substance abuse › Medication Monitoring & Psychiatric Care › Social & Recreational Activities › Creative Arts Counseling, including music, creative writing, arts & crafts. Ramonita's testamonial: I absolutely love working with the consumers, and also love working with plants and flowers. Being able to combine both of these loves - and helping A Day in the Life...4:00 pm Counselor Ramonita and Stanley share a timeless hobby: gardening! others appreciate something I enjoy so much - is something I can do everyday here at Archway. It makes me so happy! › 16
  19. 19. senior services… Senior Activity Center ››››››››››››››››››››› The Senior Activity Center provides Services include: Activities include: a comprehensive program of social › Healthy Snack and Hot Lunch › Arts and Crafts A Day in the Life... interactions and health related › Case Management for members, › Educational Speakers services to support seniors who are living independently or with family members and are in need of peer families and caregivers › Transportation › Information and Referral for › Social Events › Recreational Programs 5:00 pm socialization. services and continuum of care Seniors enjoy spending their hours with active companions. The center offers a year-round day care program designed to address the special needs of socially isolated elderly persons 60 and over who meet the income eligibility requirements. Seniors also enjoy a comprehensive Wellness Programs including health updates and blood pressure screening by a RN; exercise sessions by an Arthritis Foundation certified instructor; and visits by Helene Fuld School of Nursing students. Madeline M., Consumer It gets you out of the house and meet new friends. I like the exercise and crafts that are offered. 17 ›
  20. 20. developmental disabilities services… Programs for people with Developmental Disabilities serve consumers with developmental disabilities and their families by offering a host of program options to maintain consumers in the community. Referrals come from the NJ Division of Developmental Disabilities. Group Homes For consumers who cannot live independently, we provide four group homes located in Williamstown, Medford, Voorhees and Atco, ››››››››››››››››››››› NJ. Currently the residents of these homes are all women with developmental disabilities. Group homes are staffed 24-hours-a-day with employees who assist the women with daily living skills. Group home ladies participate in sheltered workshops, vocational training, or community jobs during the day. Nights and weekends they live with their family consisting of Archway staff and other consumers. Typical life experiences are enjoyed including parties, shopping, outings, vacations and bowling. Medical and personal needs of the ladies are met A Day in the Life...6:00 pm by the staff and local health care professionals. Each participates in the Ann S., Consumer community as her strengths permit. I love everybody here and I love to be here every day. Lafayette Group Home residents prepare to bowl at the Archway Foundation’s annual Family Bowling Night. › 18
  21. 21. developmental disabilities services… Respite Programs Fun Saturdays Fun Saturdays is a drop-off Respite Families of people with disabilities Program for people ages 5 & older often care for their loved ones at with Developmental Disabilities. home. Since this is a 24-7 obligation, Recreational activities include movies, caregivers need time to themselves games, music, arts & crafts, parties to perform routine chores and get and more! Participants are eligible for a break. This break time is called DDD Services and referred through Respite. the DDD case manager. Many families are provided the services of respite by trained Archway employees. Other families choose to employ neighbors or family members for respite services, paid through ››››››››››››››››››››› Archway Programs. Summer Respite Summer Respite Program for persons ages 5-22, operates most of the summer at our beautiful Atco campus. Transportation is available on a limited basis for consumers in Camden County. Consumers enjoy swimming, sports, arts and crafts, games, and other fun activities. Referrals for the program must be made through the consumer’s DDD case manager. Maureen Preston, Coordinator, Archway’s Summer Respite Program A Day in the Life...7:00 pm The Respite Program direct care staff are dedicated, caring and patient. They enjoy spending time with all the program’s participants, and they Consumer John relaxes after a swim at Archway’s fun-filled work very hard to make it a memorable summer for every consumer. The Summer Respite program. experience we all have together is nothing short of incredible. 19 ›
  22. 22. developmental disabilities services… Supportive Living R.E.F.I.L. Resources for Supportive Living is for individuals who live independently in the Independent Living community and require some support The R.E.F.I.L. Program serves services. These individuals live in consumers who demonstrate a need Camden, Gloucester, Burlington and for specific services in order to achieve Cumberland counties. a greater level of independence. The goal of this program is to help The R.E.F.I.L. Program is not these individuals establish and/or designed for those consumers who maintain their independence in the ››››››››››››››››››››› require intense and regular medical or community. nursing services or attention. Rather, it targets individuals who can assist in Counselors work with these the planning and scheduling of their consumers on employment, housing, own support services. health and medical issues, daily living skills and more. These consumers Consumers respond to our dedicated receive between 5-15 hours of services staff with a unique eagerness to grow, per week. determination to work hard and desire to meet all of their own personal goals. Joe, Consumer “The staff help me with Fran Goldstein, everything. They assist me with R.E.F.I.L. Program all of my needs: grocery shopping, paying the bills on time, bringing me to all of my doctors’ A Day in the Life...8:00 pm Coordinator Under the direction of the appointments and helping me Consumer Erica Barker smiles with her “special helper” program, we have seen consumers with my work schedule. They and canine friend. As part of the R.E.F.I.L. program, Erica demonstrate motivation, an listen to me and are down to identifies her own individual needs to achieve a greater level of eagerness for personal growth independence and has made the necessary strides to utilize the and view the supportive services earth. They all do so many program fully to achieve all of her personal goals. wonderful things, and I can’t we offer as an avenue for thank them enough! achievement. › 20
  23. 23. Archway Foundation… A Day in the Life...9:00 pm The Archway ››››››››››››››››››››› Foundation Reinvigorated in the fall of 2005, › The Career Choices Program The Balloon Man is a big hit at the Archway Foundation’s Archway Foundation, Inc., a 501(c) annual Family Bowling Night. 3, supports Archway Programs by › English Language Learner Support increasing public awareness and › Girls Group Activities raising funds through private and corporate contributions to support the › Media Equipment special needs of children and adults. › Facilities Upgrades The Foundation has hosted a number › Teaching Supplies of fundraising events including a Golf › An Educational Woodlands Trail Tournament and Car Show, but is best known for its Annual Family Bowling › Movie/Instructional Theater Night. Since the first annual event › New Playground Equipment in May 2007, this evening of fun has raised over $175,000 for the Archway › Program Assistance Foundation Grant Program. …and many other items that program Since 2005, the Archway Foundation budgets simply cannot support. has granted over $320,000 to support such unique programs as: › Senior Activity Exercise Program Rob Curley, › Stage Curtains and Auditorium Archway Foundation Soundproofing Board Chairman › Patio Furnishings for Adults Each foundation member comes › Digital Cameras and Computers together in a selfless desire to › Phonics Laboratory serve – a smile on the face of a consumer is all the inspiration › YMCA Swimming Lessons we need to fuel our fundraising › Specially Crafted Cultural efforts and work to exceed Enrichment Series our goals. › A Metronome Therapy System 21 ›
  24. 24. sources of funds and collaborating agencies… New Jersey Department of Camden County Division of Public School Districts Human Services Senior Services Private Donors Division of Family Development Division of Developmental Disabilities Medicaid Camden Board of Education Division of Mental Health Services U.S. Department of Agriculture United Way Department of Children & Families Division of Youth & Family Services U.S. Department of Health and Camden County Board of Chosen Division of Child Behavioral Health Senior Services Freeholders sources of revenue… $106,630 Sources of Revenue $2,538,389 1% *Listed figures are based on 12% monies received in 2009. Total Revenue: $21,480,331 $9,101,691 42% $7,058,055 33%  Tuition - public schools  Tuition and fees - private pay  Federal and state awards $2,675,566  Medicaid 12%  Local and other revenue › 22 1.7
  25. 25. Archway board of trustees… Members Archway Programs Archway Programs Terriann Procida Daniel J. Martin, Ed.D. Chairperson Officers Executive Directors William H. Morgan, Jr. Daniel J. Martin, Ed.D., CEO Jayne Knee, Human Resources Gail M. Smith John H. Tinker, M.D. Vice Chairperson Robert C. Poznek, CFO Lorin Powell, Children’s Services Steve Ems Rev. Dr. Peter A. Molnar Larry Gevirtz, Human Services Treasurer Allyn N. Holtzin, D.D.S., F.A.G.D. Doug Otto, Education Margaret Haldeman* Corporate Secretary * Non-Voting Archway foundation board… Members Rob Curley, Chairperson David Rush George H. Hutchinson Anthony Fedeli TD Bank Surety Title Corporation Hutchinson Business Solutions Retired Daniel J. Martin, CEO Toni Parkinson Francis A. Witt Mike Quick Archway Programs Rutgers Waterfront Technology Center Joseph F. McKernan Architects & Assoc. Former Philadelphia Eagles Robert C. Poznek, CFO Norman Vosko Terriann Procida Traci Kelly Archway Programs Hugo Boss Innovative Benefit Planning JML Financial Group, Inc. Barry Bannett Pat Ricci Maureen Pollard Brian Menchel The Bannett Group Long & Foster Prime Design RE/MAX of New Jersey Laura Bishop Carl W. Underland Peter E. Ratcliffe Rich Ford Thomas/Boyd Communications Carlisle & Associates, L.L.C. Lincoln Financial Group Archway Programs Christine Messina John C. Miller, III Jamie L. Baraldi allRisk Mattleman, Weinroth & Miller, P.C. UBS Financial Services, Inc. 23 ›
  26. 26. major donors… Platinum Sponsor Silver Sponsor Thomas/Boyd Communications Goodwin Foundation, LLC (Ramblewood CC) Blank Rome, LLP Connor Strong Insurance Poznek Builders, LLC Howard & Pearl Klein Diamond Sponsor Hugo Boss Friends of Archway Jamie & Deborah Baraldi Surety Title Corp. Allied Materials William G. Rohrer Foundation Jan Pro Cleaning Systems The Bannett Group, Ltd. Buck Construction, LLC Mercadien Consulting Gold Sponsor Camden Home for Children Carlisle & Associates, L.L.C. Mikes Truck Center allRisk Helon Parkhill Trust Davis Enterprises PAETEC TD Bank Innovative Benefit Planning Bronze Sponsor Fairmount Pharmacy, Inc. Prime Design Custom Cabinetry RICOH Frank H. Slattery & Associates, P.C. Renaissance Marble & Granite, Inc. Carl Fischer Gallagher Benefit Consultants, Inc. program locations… Main Campus Branch Campuses Archway Programs Atco Campus Washington Township Group Homes throughout Southern 280 Jackson Road, Atco Neptune Drive, Sewell New Jersey Phone 856.767.5757 Phone 856.582.3900 Childcare Programs throughout Williamstown Southern New Jersey 1809 N. Blackhorse Pike, Williamstown Phone 856.262.8920 Senior Center 340 East Evesham Road, Magnolia Phone 856.547.4780 › 24
  27. 27. Archway Programs Editors: Laura Bishop and Lauren Schiavo, Thomas/Boyd Communications Graphic Design: Kathy McLaughlin, idesign communications Contributing Photographers: Lynn Cairns and Fran Goldstein All persons featured in photos used throughout this report are consumers, staff, board members, family members or friends of the Archway Programs community. 24 › 2
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