River Valley ClubAdult Day ProgramSanta Paula, CA<br />by Terry D Patterson, Executive Director Aug. 2007 – Feb. 2009<br /...
2008STATISTICS<br />22 Volunteers On Location, <br />Over 1,000 Total Hours<br />Total days open for business: 149<br />To...
In Addition,<br />20+ Additional Volunteers Helped Behind-the-scenes:<br />Brainstorming, Cleaning, Filing,<br />Organizin...
All Activities Seek To Incorporate:<br />Social interaction<br />Cognitive stimulation<br />Physical motivation<br />
Fresh Flowers (EVERY WEEK!):<br />	SCV Hospice/Home Support Group, Inc.<br />Penguins, Balloons: <br />	Santa Paula Flower...
Vons<br />Tresierra&apos;s<br />Chino&apos;s Market<br />El Brilliente<br />La Michacana Bakery on Main <br />Prado&apos;s...
Contributing Individuals:Craft Supplies<br />Mary Ellen Alvarez<br />Jane Marcus<br />Rose Luna<br />Ann Reynolds<br />Sig...
Contributing Individuals:FOOD GIFTS<br /><ul><li>Frosted Animal Crackers: C. B.
Tangerines: Rose
Fresh Produce (and a juicer): Ken
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My STATS: Exec. Director/Activity Director & Volunteer Coordinator, 2008 at RVC

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One Year in Review: Statistical information reflecting my accomplishments as executive director of an Adult Day Program

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  • Over 1,000 Total Volunteer Hours22 Volunteers Total days open for business: 150Total days of respite provided: 988 ....That means …a caregiver (or several caregivers in most instances) enjoyed a worry-free day knowing their loved one was safe and having fun
  • 20+ Volunteers Helped Behind-the-scenes:Brainstorming, Cleaning, Filing, Organizing, Shopping, Phone Calls, Flier Distribution, Event Management (Selling, Dragging, Lugging, Stuffing Envelopes) Recruiting
  • Cook Sensory/TactileSocial Interact ….Food Fight Brain stimulus ….Measure, Follow RecipesLarge Motor …Stir, KneadSmall Motor ….Peel, Snap
  • Stretch BandsDodge BallDancingMental and Physical Large MotorCognitiveSocialization
  • Short films are allowable at River Valley Club, but I discourage daily television viewing. Every caregiver that has interviewed for placement has stated that they want television viewing to be limited, since when at home, television is misused as an escape outlet. When well planned, viewing a short film can be followed by discussion and word games based on information from the film, and cognitive stimulation.
  • Scrap BookSmall Motor Cut, Paste, TapeMental and Physical SocializationCognitive Assembly Match ThemesSocial InteractPiñatas: tearing newsprint, pasting the gloppy stuff onto the balloon, painting the piñata, gluing on tissue paper, then busting the thing out back provides for many dimensions of stimulations and interaction, and makes us all jolly and laughing.
  • My STATS: Exec. Director/Activity Director & Volunteer Coordinator, 2008 at RVC

    1. 1. River Valley ClubAdult Day ProgramSanta Paula, CA<br />by Terry D Patterson, Executive Director Aug. 2007 – Feb. 2009<br />A Brief Review….<br />
    2. 2. 2008STATISTICS<br />22 Volunteers On Location, <br />Over 1,000 Total Hours<br />Total days open for business: 149<br />Total days of respite provided: 998 <br />....That means<br /> …a family caregiver (or several caregivers in most instances) enjoyed a worry-free day knowing their loved one was safe and having fun<br /> …a family caregiver (or several caregivers in most instances) enjoyed a worry-free day knowing their loved one was safe and having fun<br />
    3. 3. In Addition,<br />20+ Additional Volunteers Helped Behind-the-scenes:<br />Brainstorming, Cleaning, Filing,<br />Organizing, Shopping, Phone Calls,<br />Flier Distribution, <br />Event Management <br />(Selling, Dragging, Lugging, Stuffing Envelopes) <br />Recruiting<br />
    4. 4. All Activities Seek To Incorporate:<br />Social interaction<br />Cognitive stimulation<br />Physical motivation<br />
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    9. 9. Fresh Flowers (EVERY WEEK!):<br /> SCV Hospice/Home Support Group, Inc.<br />Penguins, Balloons: <br /> Santa Paula Flower Shop<br />Pumpkins: Santa Paula Rotary<br />Cars/Trucks: Santa Paula Chevrolet<br />DONORS Ourremarkably affordable Program could not survive withoutdonors….<br />
    10. 10. Vons<br />Tresierra&apos;s<br />Chino&apos;s Market<br />El Brilliente<br />La Michacana Bakery on Main <br />Prado&apos;s Fruit Stand<br />BUSINESS SPONSORS<br />Stretch Bands: S.C.A.N. Healthcare<br /> Cups And Paper Goods: Design Duo Hair Salon<br />  <br />
    11. 11. Contributing Individuals:Craft Supplies<br />Mary Ellen Alvarez<br />Jane Marcus<br />Rose Luna<br />Ann Reynolds<br />Sigrid Wong …many others<br />
    12. 12. Contributing Individuals:FOOD GIFTS<br /><ul><li>Frosted Animal Crackers: C. B.
    13. 13. Tangerines: Rose
    14. 14. Fresh Produce (and a juicer): Ken
    15. 15. Avocados: K.W.
    16. 16. Tortilla Ingredients for our quesadilla class: Fina Salazar</li></li></ul><li>Special Acknowledgements<br /> Piano Music And Sing-a-long (Every Friday Like Clockwork): Gale Graham<br />Fun: <br />RICK &apos;N SUZIE ABBOTT<br />Heritage A. R. C. <br />Lilly The Therapy Dog<br />Funds: <br />SCVHospice/HSG (Fundraisers)<br />SP Hospital/VCMC Pink Ladies Ret. <br />Private Patrons Too Numerous (And Modest) To Name<br /> <br />
    17. 17. 1/1/2007 – 12/31/2008<br />It Was A Fantastic Year. <br />We&apos;ll Try Harder THIS Year! <br />Thank You, Every One.<br />

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