ANNUAL REPORT FY 2014 High-Quality Services and Supports for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Since 1950
ANNUAL REPORT FY 2014  High-Quality Services and Supports for People with Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities Sinc...
A Lifetime of Support FAMILY SUPPORT LEISURE SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT DAY SUPPORT RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT Therapy Supports Respite Neighborhood Experiences/ Teens In Motion Supported Employment Community Integration Campus-Based Developmental, occupational, physical, and speech/language therapies performed at the child’s home, school or community programs. 827 CHILDREN Short-term relief for families caring for child or adult with a disability. Arc provides reimbursement services. 1,256 FAMILIES RECEIVED 297,621 HOURS OF RESPITE Summer programs that assist teens and young adults to develop job and social skills through volunteerism in the community. 58 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to find and maintain paid employment; includes assessment, job coaching and retention. 199 PARTICIPANTS Day program for adults to participate in their communities through volunteerism and recreation. 171 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to live in a campus environment in west St. Louis County; 24-hour staffing. 71 RESIDENTS Childgarden Early Childhood Center Support Groups Recreation: Sports & Social Employment Training Community-Based Inclusive care and education and consultation to community-based early childhood programs. 571 CHILDREN Targeted support groups for Moms, Dads, Transition-ages, Aging Caregivers and others. Sibshops: peer support for siblings. 206 PARTICIPANTS Sports, including basketball, softball, bowling, soccer & golf. Social Activities, including dances, Book Club, Walking Club, art & cooking classes. 801 PARTICIPANTS Support to help individuals attain employment skills, including collaboration with school districts. 53 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to live in apartments and homes in the community; 24-hour staffing if needed. 58 RESIDENTS Autism Supports Family Education and Advocacy Cultural Happenings and Individualized Supports Summer Work Experience Services for children and adults with autism, including Early Start Denver Model, Applied Behavior Analysis, and the St. Louis Aspergers group. 390 PARTICIPANTS Workshop series, networking opportunities and other educational activities, including advocacy support. 261 FAMILIES Movies, ballgames, dinner, etc. for small groups One-on-one support for people seeking individualized leisure activities. 127 PARTICIPANTS Support to help students gain work experience prior to high school graduation. 39 PARTICIPANTS Capable Kids and Families® A lending library of therapeutic toys and equipment for children; and support services and resources for parents. 87 CHILDREN Parents Learning Together Parenting support and education for people who have disabilities and are raising children. 56 PARENTS AND 135 CHILDREN Prevention Education and awareness aimed at reducing the incidence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. DIRECT PRESENTATIONS TO 1,096 PEOPLE; BROADER REACH THROUGH MEDIA Resource and Referral Information and connecting families to resources, including over 2,500 phone calls, email inquiries and in-person meetings. Post-Secondary Education 2-year SUCCEED post-secondary residential program; partnership with UMSL. 26 PARTICIPANTS Limited Support Support for people to live on their own in the community with minimal assistance; 10 hours or less per week. 31 RESIDENTS Camp R&R Weekend camping program focusing on increasing independence, self-esteem and social relationships. 64 PARTICIPANTS In FY2014, The Arc... -had 540 full- and part-time staff -benefited from the services of 1,183 volunteers -provided over 15,500 hours of training to staff and volunteers Participant numbers based on the fiscal year ended June 30, 2014.
A Lifetime of Support FAMILY SUPPORT  LEISURE SUPPORT  EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT  DAY SUPPORT  RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT  Therapy Suppo...
A Lifetime of Support FAMILY SUPPORT LEISURE SUPPORT EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT DAY SUPPORT RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT Therapy Supports Respite Neighborhood Experiences/ Teens In Motion Supported Employment Community Integration Campus-Based Developmental, occupational, physical, and speech/language therapies performed at the child’s home, school or community programs. 827 CHILDREN Short-term relief for families caring for child or adult with a disability. Arc provides reimbursement services. 1,256 FAMILIES RECEIVED 297,621 HOURS OF RESPITE Summer programs that assist teens and young adults to develop job and social skills through volunteerism in the community. 58 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to find and maintain paid employment; includes assessment, job coaching and retention. 199 PARTICIPANTS Day program for adults to participate in their communities through volunteerism and recreation. 171 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to live in a campus environment in west St. Louis County; 24-hour staffing. 71 RESIDENTS Childgarden Early Childhood Center Support Groups Recreation: Sports & Social Employment Training Community-Based Inclusive care and education and consultation to community-based early childhood programs. 571 CHILDREN Targeted support groups for Moms, Dads, Transition-ages, Aging Caregivers and others. Sibshops: peer support for siblings. 206 PARTICIPANTS Sports, including basketball, softball, bowling, soccer & golf. Social Activities, including dances, Book Club, Walking Club, art & cooking classes. 801 PARTICIPANTS Support to help individuals attain employment skills, including collaboration with school districts. 53 PARTICIPANTS Support for people to live in apartments and homes in the community; 24-hour staffing if needed. 58 RESIDENTS Autism Supports Family Education and Advocacy Cultural Happenings and Individualized Supports Summer Work Experience Services for children and adults with autism, including Early Start Denver Model, Applied Behavior Analysis, and the St. Louis Aspergers group. 390 PARTICIPANTS Workshop series, networking opportunities and other educational activities, including advocacy support. 261 FAMILIES Movies, ballgames, dinner, etc. for small groups One-on-one support for people seeking individualized leisure activities. 127 PARTICIPANTS Support to help students gain work experience prior to high school graduation. 39 PARTICIPANTS Capable Kids and Families® A lending library of therapeutic toys and equipment for children; and support services and resources for parents. 87 CHILDREN Parents Learning Together Parenting support and education for people who have disabilities and are raising children. 56 PARENTS AND 135 CHILDREN Prevention Education and awareness aimed at reducing the incidence of Fetal Alcohol Syndrome. DIRECT PRESENTATIONS TO 1,096 PEOPLE; BROADER REACH THROUGH MEDIA Resource and Referral Information and connecting families to resources, including over 2,500 phone calls, email inquiries and in-person meetings. Post-Secondary Education 2-year SUCCEED post-secondary residential program; partnership with UMSL. 26 PARTICIPANTS Limited Support Support for people to live on their own in the community with minimal assistance; 10 hours or less per week. 31 RESIDENTS Camp R&R Weekend camping program focusing on increasing independence, self-esteem and social relationships. 64 PARTICIPANTS In FY2014, The Arc... -had 540 full- and part-time staff -benefited from the services of 1,183 volunteers -provided over 15,500 hours of training to staff and volunteers Participant numbers based on the fiscal year ended June 30, 2014.
A Lifetime of Support FAMILY SUPPORT  LEISURE SUPPORT  EMPLOYMENT SUPPORT  DAY SUPPORT  RESIDENTIAL SUPPORT  Therapy Suppo...
PRESIDENT & CEO Kathy Meath, MSW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD David Giuntoli Kathie Winter Scott Monette Leland Curtis Suzanne C. Engelhardt John Fey G. Patrick Galvin Andy Kanefield Nancy Schnoebelen Mary Steward Kelli Almond Thomas Auffenberg Drew Dennison Hazel Donald Richard Elias Tyler Fuchs David Hoffmann Fred Jaeckle Joe Kinnison Dr. Patricia Kopetz Finding An Agent That’s Right For You BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAJOR FUNDING PARTNERS INCLUDE:  Missouri Department of Mental Health  Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation  Productive Living Board for St. Louis County  St. Louis Office for DD Resources  United Way of Greater St. Louis  Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County M&G Mike Lackey Johnny Londoff, Jr. Dave Mayo Chris Menz Libby Newport Ron Reim Ana Romero-Lizana Tom Vandiver Brandi Williams-Hibbler RESPECT Issue FIVE COLLABORATION EMPOWERMENT BALANCE SHEET, 6/30/2014 on Assets Cash and cash equivalents Program Fees Accounts receivable Investment United Way /Other Contributions 2,087,956 2,771,776 Investments for Board Endowment 2,359,221 Unconditional promises to give Property and equipment Total Revenue: $20,036,756 Property held for joint venture Prepaid expenses and deposits Gov't Fee for Service, Local Fundraising Assets for Permanent Endowment Total Assets 777,704 3,252,497 375,717 73,294 4,268,354 15,966,519 Leisure Supported Employment Gov't Fee for Service, State 5% Liabilities Accounts payable Accrued Expenses Residential Family Support/ Respite Operating Expenses: $19,536,493 594,359 756,381 Funds held for others 113,533 Total Current Liabilities Long-Term Debt 1,464,273 513,931 Net Assets Children's Services Adult Day Unrestricted 6,945,654 Board Endowment 2,359,221 Temporarily restricted Permanent Endowment Total Net Assets Total Liabilities & Net Assets 415,086 4,268,354 13,988,315 15,966,519
PRESIDENT   CEO Kathy Meath, MSW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD David Giuntoli  Kathie Winter Scott Monette Leland Curtis Suzanne C...
PRESIDENT & CEO Kathy Meath, MSW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD David Giuntoli Kathie Winter Scott Monette Leland Curtis Suzanne C. Engelhardt John Fey G. Patrick Galvin Andy Kanefield Nancy Schnoebelen Mary Steward Kelli Almond Thomas Auffenberg Drew Dennison Hazel Donald Richard Elias Tyler Fuchs David Hoffmann Fred Jaeckle Joe Kinnison Dr. Patricia Kopetz Finding An Agent That’s Right For You BOARD OF DIRECTORS MAJOR FUNDING PARTNERS INCLUDE:  Missouri Department of Mental Health  Missouri Division of Vocational Rehabilitation  Productive Living Board for St. Louis County  St. Louis Office for DD Resources  United Way of Greater St. Louis  Developmental Disabilities Resource Board of St. Charles County M&G Mike Lackey Johnny Londoff, Jr. Dave Mayo Chris Menz Libby Newport Ron Reim Ana Romero-Lizana Tom Vandiver Brandi Williams-Hibbler RESPECT Issue FIVE COLLABORATION EMPOWERMENT BALANCE SHEET, 6/30/2014 on Assets Cash and cash equivalents Program Fees Accounts receivable Investment United Way /Other Contributions 2,087,956 2,771,776 Investments for Board Endowment 2,359,221 Unconditional promises to give Property and equipment Total Revenue: $20,036,756 Property held for joint venture Prepaid expenses and deposits Gov't Fee for Service, Local Fundraising Assets for Permanent Endowment Total Assets 777,704 3,252,497 375,717 73,294 4,268,354 15,966,519 Leisure Supported Employment Gov't Fee for Service, State 5% Liabilities Accounts payable Accrued Expenses Residential Family Support/ Respite Operating Expenses: $19,536,493 594,359 756,381 Funds held for others 113,533 Total Current Liabilities Long-Term Debt 1,464,273 513,931 Net Assets Children's Services Adult Day Unrestricted 6,945,654 Board Endowment 2,359,221 Temporarily restricted Permanent Endowment Total Net Assets Total Liabilities & Net Assets 415,086 4,268,354 13,988,315 15,966,519
PRESIDENT   CEO Kathy Meath, MSW CHAIRMAN OF THE BOARD David Giuntoli  Kathie Winter Scott Monette Leland Curtis Suzanne C...
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