Section C: Administrative Practices
Agency Mission and Values
|Melissa Stevenson||Recreation Supervisor||9146930600||mstevenson@childrensvillage|
If yes, list main topics covered in training
Trainings in Therapeutic Crisis Intervention are held and required every 6 months for staff on campus. This covers effective techniques to help ensure promote a therapeutic environment as most of the youth on campus have a cognitive or psychological impairment/ disability. There is a variety of inclusion courses that further education and awareness in many areas to become a more inclusive space, like cultural competency courses.
Comments/additional information about agency staff:
Staff and superiors are constantly looking for ways to create more inclusive spaces and opportunities for youth who have a disability. Staff and supervisors are hands on with the youth and maintain good relationships with the youth. Upper management will advocate for youth opportunity and inclusion.
If yes, list types of involvement/input:
Youth who have disabilities are a part of advisory boards to help create and innovate new ideas and programs for the campus. Advisory boards are held on a monthly basis.
Agency Communication and Marketing
Agency Policies and Procedures
Partnerships and Collaboration
Notes About Administrative Practices
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