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         Florida Family Programs:     more books (49)
  1. Total family strategy program: Semi-annual report by Oliver t Massey, 1994
  2. New lives for poor families?: Mothers and young children move through welfare : the Growing Up in Poverty Project Wave 2 findings California, Connecticut, and Florida : technical report by Bruce Fuller, 2002
  3. Family English Literacy Network Program employability demonstration component : enhancing your employability skills : instructor's guide (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:323817) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1989
  4. Family English Literacy Network Program employability demonstration component curriculum guide (SuDoc ED 1.310/2:323816) by U.S. Dept of Education, 1989
  5. Recent changes in Florida welfare and work, child care, and child welfare systems (New federalism) by Christopher Botsko, 2001
  6. Guardian ad litem volunteer training manual for family law cases by Jacinda Haynes, 1995
  7. Outcome evaluation report: A further step toward accountability by Linda Radigan, 1992
  8. Outcome evaluation report: A further step toward accountability by Patricia A Nichols, 1991
  9. A community based model for assessing the supports and services needed by WAGES families to maintain employment and achieve independence by Angela Gomez, 1999
  10. Evaluation of the parenting skills training program: A program evaluation by Margaret J Larguier, 1996
  11. The Associated Marine Institutes: Assessment of a short-term contractual program (Research report) by Walter Thomas, 1981
  12. An evaluation of the specialized behavioral management program at the Eckerd Youth Development Center by Roberta Iris Rubin, 1986
  13. Healthy Family Pinellas evaluation: Ten year project update for the Juvenile Welfare Board of Pinellas County by Carnot E Nelson, 2003
  14. First year findings: Employment and demographic characteristics of AFDC and food stamp recipients: a three year longitudinal study by Richard Polangin, 1983

41. Florida State University Orientation: Family Orientation
During the various presentations and programs held, family members will be involvedin learning more about all areas of their student’s college experience.
Family Orientation
Students can pre-register up to three family members for orientation by using the on-line registration form. We ask that each family member be at least 18 years of age. The cost of the family orientation program is $25.00 and all payments are non-refundable. Although we encourage pre-registration, family members will be able to register for the orientation program on-site if the need arises. Please email the Office of Orientation if you have any questions. We look forward to seeing you during the orientation program!
Here are just a few examples of the presentations you will be able to attend when you are a participant in our family orientation program:
  • Campus Networking Sessions: Campus Recreation, University Housing, Thagard Student Health Center ... The list goes on and on! Departments from around campuswill give presentations on how they serve our students at FSU. Family participants are able to pick and choose which session they would like to attend.
  • Advisor Training for Families: "What if my students doesn't like his or her major?" "What is the forgiveness policy?" "What are the liberal studies requirements?" Have these questions and more answered as represeentatives from the Office of Undergraduate Studies share information on every aspect of academic life at FSU.

42. Florida Hospital Sports Medicine And Rehabilitation
of Care florida Hospital Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine offers comprehensiveNeurological Rehabilitation for you and your family. programs include Spinal

Additional Resources

Overview of Services

NEUROLOGICAL REHABILITATION PROGRAMS The Neurological Rehabilitation Program
  • Brain Injury
  • Spinal Cord Injury
  • Stroke
Our Continuum of Care
Florida Hospital Rehabilitation and Sports Medicine offers comprehensive Neurological Rehabilitation for you and your family. Programs include Spinal Cord Injury, Brian Injury and Stroke. We offer a continuum of care that through initial hospitalization, acute inpatient rehabilitation and outpatient programs. Patients can be enter rehabilitation at any stage of recovery. At Florida Hospital, we feel a positive, healing environment is important in the recovery process and essential for achieving your personal goals. That's why our team of specialists works together, reviewing your progress and designing the most effective treatment approaches for you. Your rehabilitation physician (physiatrist) also works closely with your referring physician to ensure coordinated care and encourage your referring physician to follow your progress. Your Rehabilitation Team Consists Of:
  • Rehabilitation Physician (physiatrist)
  • Program Leader
  • Case Management
  • Rehabilitation Nurses
  • Dietician
  • Medical Psychology Staff
  • Occupational Therapists
  • Recreational and Activity Therapists
  • Speech/Swallowing Therapists
  • Vocational Rehabilitation Specialists Admission Criteria:
  • Clinical Assessment
  • Medically Stable
  • Actively Participate in an Acute Rehabilitation Program
  • All ages - Pediatric to Geriatric
  • Support System
  • Appropriate Discharge Plan
  • Financial Approval from Florida Hospital
  • 43. Florida CareerLINK - Family Continuity Programs Profile
    , Child protectionagency. Mission, FCP’s mission is to strengthen families, build...... Company, family Continuity programs.

    44. South Florida Parenting - Art Museums Provide Family Fun, Whimsy And Creativity
    mail to a friend. Art Museums provide family fun, whimsy By Lynn B. Behan South florida smany art With special programs, activities, tours and classes for kids,1419,S-Sfparenting-Events-0!ArticleDeta
    Home About Us/Contact Us Kids Fun Pass Things To Do With Your Kids ...
    Customized Kids Fun Events

    For a list of events where you can see the South Florida Parenting crew this month, click here E-mail to a friend
    Art Museums provide family fun, whimsy and creativity
    By Lynn B. Behan
    South Florida's many art museums provide much more than pictures on a wall. They're proof that kids and museums do mix. With special programs, activities, tours and classes for kids and families, you have no need to worry about little hands touching the wrong thing or little feet disturbing another visitor's contemplative moment. And believe it or not, any worries about kids being bored in a roomful of fine art simply evaporate when you take the time to enjoy a cool, quiet afternoon or take in a family program at an art museum. Lyn Kurpiewski, education program coordinator at the Museum of Art in Fort Lauderdale, says the job of her department is to help visitors understand what they are seeing. "Our goal is to let parents know that a visit to the museum can be a calming, peaceful and educational time to spend with their children," she says.

    45. Florida House Of Rep.
    Officers Staff the Visiting Area VIII. family programs CURRENTLY OFFEREDIN florida IX. INNOVATIVE family programs IN OTHER STATES
    Prepared by the Florida House of Representatives
    Justice Council
    Committee on Corrections
    Representative Allen Trovillion, Chair
    November 1998
    III. WHY ARE FAMILY ISSUES IMPORTANT? A. Inmates Are Returning to Our Communities B. Families Subsidize the Department of Corrections C. Families are Burdened by Incarceration D. Offenders with Family Contacts May Be Less Likely to Return to Prison E. Children are Affected by Incarceration IV. HOW DOES FAMILY CONTACT POSE SECURITY RISKS? A. Family Contact Creates Opportunities for the Introduction of Contraband 1. What is Contraband 2. How Big is the Contraband Problem? a. Contraband Incidents in the Mail b. Contraband Incidents in the Visiting Area B. Telephone Contact Creates Security Risks V. FAMILIES MAINTAIN CONTACT WITH TELEPHONE CALLS A. Rules for Using Telephones 1. Inmates Must Develop Approved Calling Lists 2. Procedures for Placing Inmate Calls 3. Inmate Calls Have Time Limits 4. Inmates May Make Calls in a Family Crisis

    46. Florida KidCare | Information For Families
    The florida KidCare family of programs. Children s Medicaid for childrenfrom birth through 18 (for incomeeligible families). MediKids
    The Florida KidCare Family of Programs
  • Children's Medicaid : for children from birth through 18 (for income-eligible families)
  • MediKids : for children ages 1 through 4
  • Florida Healthy Kids : for children ages 5 through 18
  • Children's Medical Services Network : for children from birth through 18 who have special behavioral or physical health needs or ongoing medical conditions
  • Healthcare Providers by County: Click Here

  • Children's Medicaid

    Children's Medicaid is a benefits-rich package for eligible children, through 18, whose family income is within certain limits. Children can now enroll in Medicaid through Florida KidCare, with no personal interview involved.
    There is no cost to families for KidCare Medicaid. Parents or guardians of enrolled children have different options when selecting a managed care program. They may choose a health maintenance organization (HMO) or MediPass, a primary care case management (PCCM) program. The Choice Counseling program helps families make this important decision. MediKids
    MediKids offers the same benefits-rich package as KidCare Medicaid but is not an entitlement program. It is for children ages 1 through 4 who are not Medicaid-eligible. Family income can be up to 200% of the Federal Poverty Level.

    47. A.L. Mailman Family Foundation
    family Center is developing new professional training programs, including an onlineversion of its very successful CDA program, courses for the new florida
    Florida Initiative As a national early childhood funder, the Foundation has a special focus on improving the infant/toddler care. In 1998, we launched our "Florida Initiative," designed to improve training and infrastructure for high quality birth to three care and education in one state. Working in conjunction with the Starting Points coalition, the Foundation sponsored two "summit" meetings where Florida's infant/toddler leaders shared information and discussed possibilities for strategic collaboration. Through a listserv and some smaller meetings following the first summit, participants established a collaborative action agenda. Much of this agenda has been accomplished through on-going projects, new legislative mandates and initiatives, and some new collaborative ventures. Other high priority items were supported with Foundation grants. The second summit explored progress and continuing needs in four areas.
    Informing Stakeholders, Galvanizing Public Will, and Increasing Resources

    48. NAMI Florida - Florida's Voice On Mental Illness . Education . Calendar Of Event
    For a complete listing of florida familyto-family teachers, go to the NAMI floridaEducation Page at and download the PDF “List
    The following educational events are provided by NAMI Florida as a convenience to our membership and to the general public. Please let us know if you have additional events to post. Thank you. 2003 Florida Family-to-Family Class Schedule "Take the NAMI Family-to-Family Education Program. It will help you learn to cope successfully with a major challenge in your life, and that, in turn, will help your loved one as he or she works toward recovery."
    - Peter J. Weiden, M.D. The NAMI Family-to-Family education course is a free 12-week long course designed for families who have relatives with serious mental illness. The course discusses the clinical treatment of these illnesses and teaches skills that family members need to manage more effectively. Classes are also posted on the National NAMI website. All classes listed below provide the starting date for the location listed. To obtain current listings as they are posted, refer to

    49. Welcome To NAMI Florida - Florida's Voice On Mental Illness
    groups are older than NAMI florida itself, while the local telephone contact; familysupport groups; Educational programs featuring expert guest speakers; family

    2004 Spring Conference-Register
    As a grassroots organization, NAMI Florida derives its strength and delivers most of its services through local and area affiliates. Local affiliate members truly are on the front lines leading the change to improve the quality of life for people and families coping with mental illnesses, to eliminate stigma, and raise awareness. NAMI Florida affiliates range in size from the five-member minimum to groups of more than 300 members. Most affiliate groups are older than NAMI Florida itself, while many new affiliates are starting. People join local affiliates for the services and opportunities they provide:
    • One-on-one support from fellow members and/or the local telephone contact Family support groups Educational programs featuring expert guest speakers Family-to-Family Education Courses Local, state and national newsletters providing news and useful information from community, state and national perspectives

    50. Central Florida YMCA
    Help provide afterschool and sports programs for youth. find out more ». The sevenports of life - spiritual, civic, family, recreation, job, health and self
    Develop your Spirit, Mind and Body with YMCA programs that promote fitness, positive values and positive behavior. find out more The 2004 Youth Scholarship Fund Campaign is underway at a YMCA near you. Help provide after-school and sports programs for youth. find out more Find out if you're living a healthy lifestyle. Take our Lifestyle Quiz. find out more Choose a YMCA career in health and wellness, youth programs, management and more. Make a difference in the lives of others. find out more
    433 N. Mills Avenue
    Orlando, FL 32803
    Phone 407.896.9220
    Fax 407.896.4247

    51. Free Florida Family Limited Partnership Forms
    and Bankruptcy Law Attorney florida asset protection liability company and familylimited partnership consulting by quality managed futures programs, funds and
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    52. Programs: Cooperative Agreements: Family And Community Violence Prevention Progr
    The AGAPE family Life Center provides program activities The cohort remains with theprogram from entry project s collaboration with the florida Institute for
    Florida: AGAPE Family Life Center
    Florida International University
    3000 NE 151 Street
    Miami, FL 33181
    Phone: (305) 919-5890 Ext. 4865
    Fax: (305) 919-5848
    Title: AGAPE Family Life Center FLC Director: Shrita Penn-Sterlin Age Group: 12 to 15

    53. Florida Programs
    We invite you to become a part of a family or a part of a new friendshipwith ‘singles’ of all ages. Other florida programs.
    FLORIDA PROGRAMS Jacksonville Sarasota - Presbyterian Oakland Sarasota - Mennonite ... St Petersburg The Sunshine State Learn more about Florida CIH - Jacksonville, FL
    Presbytery of St. Augustine
    Riverside Presbyterian Church
    in partnership with many area churches
    Jacksonville, FL
    Group Housing S A sunny welcome awaits you in Jacksonville. This city, the "Gateway to Florida" is located on the beautiful St. John’s River, approximately 15 miles from the Atlantic Ocean. A number of churches of different denominations will be your hosts. Day trips are planned to points of local interest, as well as, to St. Augustine Orlando area which will include two nights stay in a motel. There we will visit Disney World and one other attraction. The cost for this trip is approximately $300.00 to be paid by each student. * We will be having a cookout and beach party on the sandy shores of the Atlantic Beach. It is a great place for those students that are going to school in the northern and Midwestern to get there feet wet. * The students are the guests of the Florida Yacht Club on a river tour of the city of Jacksonville.

    54. VISIT FLORIDA.ORG - Public Relations - Programs - International
    September 2003. Shopping Expeditions. November 2003. Luxurious florida. February2004. family Getaways. May 2004. Joint Program w/Corporate Communications.

    55. Cub Scouts - Programs - South Florida Council - Boy Scouts Of America
    South florida Council Boy Scouts of America cub scouts Boy Scouting and Venturing),with programs designed for It is a year-round family program designed for
    search our site
    Friends Of Scouting

    support your council programs with a contribution to the annual FOS campaign Tiger Cubs Cub Scouts Boy Scouts Venturing ... Religious Emblems Cub Scouting Programs What Is Cub Scouting?
    Currently, Cub Scouting is the largest of the BSA's three membership divisions (the others are Boy Scouting and Venturing), with programs designed for boys of elementary school age. The Purposes of Cub Scouting
    Since 1930, the Boy Scouts of America has helped younger boys through Cub Scouting. It is a year-round family program designed for boys who are in the first grade through fifth grade (or 7, 8, 9, and 10 years of age). Parents, leaders, and organizations work together to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting. The ten purposes of Cub Scouting are:
    • 1. Character Development
    • 2. Spiritual Growth
    • 3. Good Citizenship
    • 4. Sportsmanship
    • 5. Family Understanding
    • 6. Respectful Relationships
    • 7. Personal Achievement
    • 8. Friendly Service
    • 9. Fun and Adventure
    • 10. Preparation for Boy Scouts
    Cub Scouting members join a Cub Scout pack and are assigned to a den, usually a neighborhood group of six to eight boys. Tiger Cubs (first-graders), Wolf Cub Scouts (second graders), Bear Cub Scouts (third graders), and Webelos Scouts (fourth and fifth graders) meet weekly. Once a month, all of the dens and family members gather for a pack meeting under the direction of a Cubmaster and pack committee. The committee includes parents of boys in the pack and members of the chartered organization.

    56. Family Continuity Programs, Inc.
    Copyright 200204 family Continuity programs, Inc. All rights reserved. WebsOnly. , .
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    57. AAFP Directory Of Family Practice Residency Programs
    Faculty Development. Geriatrics. Obstetrics. Rural Medicine. Sports Medicine. AAFP Directory of family Practice Residency programs The Directory of family Practice Residency programs published by

    Advanced Search

    Find Residency Programs Offering Fellowships In: Faculty Development Geriatrics Obstetrics Rural Medicine ... Additional Sources of Information
    about residencies and residents.
    AAFP Directory of Family Practice Residency Programs
    The Directory of Family Practice Residency Programs published by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP) is the best source for information on these programs. This directory lists each program in the United States, and covers many topics in detail faculty, staff, administration, accreditation, size, salaries, etc. Click on the map or links below for a list of Residency Programs in that area. Alabama


    Puerto Rico

    The printed version of this directory is updated annually and published in February. Corrections for the online version may be submitted in writing to the AAFP by the residency's director . To obtain the printed directory, visit the AAFP's online catalog or contact the AAFP Order Department at 1-800-944-0000 and ask for item number W203. Questions and comments concerning the Residency Directory can be sent by e-mail to

    58. The Florida Family Nutrition Program
    florida family Nutrition Program A Partnership to Promote a HealthyTomorrow. Through Education Today. . The family Nutrition Program

    IFAS Home
    Florida First
    Florida Family Nutrition Program
    "A Partnership to Promote a Healthy Tomorrow
    Through Education Today."
    The Family Nutrition Program (FNP) at the University of Florida Cooperative Extension Service, in collaboration with the Florida Department of Children and Families - Economic Self-Sufficiency and state and local agencies, provides educational programs in food and nutrition to food stamp recipients and food stamp eligible individuals and families. Program Goals for the Family Nutrition Program Structure of the Family Nutrition Program The Family Nutrition Program 2001-02 FNP 2003-04 Nutrition Education Plan ... Search Visit the Department of Family, Youth and Community Science s website for information on other Extension programs that address family, children, youth, and community issues. Staff This program is brought to you thanks to the support in funding of Florida Department of Children and Families and USDA Food and Nutrition Services, in collaboration with state, county, and local agencies. For IFAS-related questions or information, please contact

    59. Economic Self Sufficiency Home Page
    The Department of Children and Families administers florida s Human Services programslike Food Stamps, Cash Assistance, Medicaid and those programs that are
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    Veterans' Affairs

    Economic Self Sufficiency
    The Economic Self Sufficiency Site has been moved to
    Please update any bookmarks you might have to this site. Thank You.
    Providing assistance to low income families through the
    Food Stamp, Medicaid and Temporary Cash Assistance Programs.

    Service Center Locations

    To find an office near you click on the map or click on the link. Take our eligibility survey
    Check to see if you may be eligible for programs offered by Department of Children and Families. Request For Assistance Impresion para Solicitud de Ayuda Print an application for assistance. Agency Forms Print Agency Forms Available on line. Quick Links Voter Registration About Economic Self Sufficiency Latest news Electronic Benefits Transfer ... Other Related Sites Department Mission: This site was last updated on 5/2/2003 Privacy Statement

    60. General Information About Food Stamps
    The Department of Children and Families administers florida s Food Stamp and CashAssistance programs that are normally associated with Welfare and, formerly
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    Economic Self Sufficiency

    General Information about Food Stamps
    The Food Stamp Program helps ensure that eligible low-income families and individuals are able to obtain a nutritious diet. Food stamp benefits are intended to supplement other household income and may only be used to purchase food. Other household items such as cleaning supplies, paper goods, clothes, alcohol or tobacco products may not be purchased with Food Stamps.
    The legal basis for the Food Stamp Program may be found in the Food Stamp Act of 1977, the Omnibus Reconciliation Act of 1981, and the Food Security Act of 1965. The cost of Food Stamp benefits is paid for by the federal government, and administrative costs are shared by the states and federal government on a 50-50 basis.
    Food Stamp recipients are able to purchase their food by using an Electronic Benefit Transfer (EBT) card. This card may be used at any retail store authorized by the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA). Food stamp benefits are intended to supplement other household income.
    The amount of benefits received is based on the household size and financial circumstances.

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