1 Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities 1
2 Our Mission To promote the interests of people with disabilities or challenges to independence by acting as a public policy change agent, and to promote and serve the interests of community human service provider organizations. We are a 501(c)(3) nonprofit trade organization.
3 Florida ARF Means Advocacy Florida ARF is an effective voice helping legislators & policy makers take positive action. Networking Florida ARF creates networking opportunities, disseminates information, provides program assistance, and assists with resource development. Partnering Florida ARF promotes industry efficiencies.
4 Although numerous organizations advocate for consumers and their families, Florida ARF represents CEO s business, management, and administrative interests in the rehabilitation industry in addition to advocating for the interests of the people and families our members serve. Community Organizations: Private (Profit & Nonprofit) Goodwill Industries United Cerebral Palsy Assoc. for Retarded Citizens Employment Centers ICF/DDs Religious affiliated Our Members: Service Providers: Community Based Waiver 85% Residential/Long Term Care 77% Employment Centers 26% Supported Employment 39% Psycho-Social/Vocational 31% Developmental Disabilities 95%
5 Why Join Florida ARF? Jon Fisher, Florida Association of Rehabilitation Facilities Board Chair State Director American Habilitation Services The networking Florida ARF has fostered with my colleagues (such as sharing ideas, best practices, client success stories, etc.) during the last 6 years has proven to be one of the most valuable usages of my time. The expertise and dedication within the Association s membership is evident once you make a commitment to listen and become part of the process to enhance the lives of the people we are driven to serve. During the past decade, Florida ARF, in my opinion, has done more for the advancement of persons with developmental disabilities than any other private group in the State. Jon Fisher, 6-year member
6 Industry Leadership President & CEO Terry R. Farmer Providing Congressional Testimony Terry is the Association s chief spokesperson, representing some 100 community human service organizations. He leads the external affairs and public policy efforts and manages its lobbying team. He also serves as the CEO of the RESPECT of Florida program. Terry is recognized nationally as an industry leader. You may contact him at:
7 Professional Lobbying Legislative Representation Florida ARF communicates its member positions to the Florida Legislature by developing and promoting an annual Legislative platform to ensure Legislators are educated on issues affecting your agency. The Association has an effective and diverse lobbying team. Maxine Max Sonnenschein Lobbyist Florida ARF features grassroots advocacy centered on linking you, the individuals you serve, and their families to your legislators. Capitol Breaking News keeps you up to date on the latest breaking Capitol developments.
8 Grassroots Advocacy Democracy is based on the principle of majority rule. It is no coincidence that every effective change movement in history has been supported by a strong grassroots organization. Florida ARF provides its members with a comprehensive grassroots advocacy toolkit to assist you in organizing your constituency. Throughout the year, you will receive regular and timely Action Alerts and Action Response Directions.
9 Information Sharing Florida ARF features a state-of-theart website that places industry information at your finger tips. Publications and work products available online: Capitol Breaking News Issues Forum Breaking News President s Reports We have the capability to share information in seconds. News Alerts Visit our website at:
10 Resource Bank Florida ARF has a library of videos to assist with training of supervisors and managers. The videos are available to members for shipping costs only. To ensure availability for all members, videos must be returned within two weeks. If videos are held more than 30 days, or if damaged due to negligence, the agency is invoiced $100 toward the replacement cost. Available videos: Employment Laws that Every Employer & Manager Needs to Know Avoiding Wrongful Terminations Handling the Problem Employee How to Investigate and Respond to Sex Harassment & other Harassment Charges Supervisor s and Manager s Role in a Union Campaign Positive Employee Relations Bermuda Triangle: ADA, FMLA, & Workers Comp Avoiding Sex Harassment Problems in the Workplace Interviewing and Screening Evaluating Employees Employment Law Issues in the Digital Age Avoiding Employment Law Landmines Current Issues in Harassment: What Managers and Supervisors Need to Know To inquire, contact John Bruntlett at or call (#142)
11 Public Policy Input Florida ARF delivers your input on public policy decisions to the Executive and Legislative branches. In addition to our ongoing Legislative involvement, Florida ARF staff members continuously monitor state agency Administrative Rule development activity. We analyze proposed policy decisions to determine industry impact, seek your input, and provide oral and written testimony before policy makers on your behalf. Last year, Florida ARF actively participated in the development of 13 administrative rules.
12 Training and Education Florida ARF provides education and training opportunities for members. In addition to quarterly meetings, workshops, and forums, special trainings are provided on pertinent topics throughout the year. Ad hoc groups of members are formed on an as needed basis to ensure sufficient attention to topical issues such as individual advocacy Women s Forum State and national training opportunities are shared with members on a regular basis Annual Meeting
13 Agency Liaison Florida ARF is the liaison between community human service agencies and government offices that are responsible for the funding, administration and regulation of human service programs. Significant effort and resources are dedicated to representing your interests with state governmental officials.
14 National Affiliations President & CEO Terry R. Farmer serves as Vice-President and participates as a member of the Board of Directors of the American Congress of Community Supports and Employment Services (ACCSES). Florida ARF is also a member of the American Network of Community Options & Resources (ANCOR); InterNational Association of Business, Industry & Rehabilitation (INABIR); and the State Use Program Association (SUPRA). Our linkages to national and state resources place us in a position to acquire expert trainers and presenters.
15 Networking Opportunities Issues Forum Meetings: Children, Community Supports, Employment, Legal Advocacy, Movement, ICF/DD, Government Relations, RESPECT Oversight, and Women s Leadership Forums are featured at quarterly meetings. Summer 2005 Quarterly Meeting Business Advisory Council (BAC): The BAC links corporate America with the health and human services industry to provide diversity of perspectives. The BAC also provides guidance on potential revenue streams and identifies potential corporate members. Member Driven: Florida ARF is governed by an 18 member Board of Directors elected by the membership. Six Board seats are reserved for members of families of individuals with disabilities.
16 Your Tallahassee Office 2475 Apalachee Parkway, Suite 205 Tallahassee, FL Fax: Convenient location near the Capitol - Conference room - IMARCS communications - Office space
17 Employment Exchange Florida ARF s Employment Exchange lists & advertises employment opportunities within the industry and highlights potential candidates. , FAX, or mail job descriptions, resumes, or vitae to Florida ARF. Florida ARF is committed to increasing opportunities for all individuals without regard to race, color, sex, age, disability, religion, or national origin. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of all positions advertised.
18 Technical Assistance and Trouble Shooting Florida ARF has professional staff and consultants who are available to answer your questions, share information, represent your interests, and trouble shoot with State government agencies. Our staff are available to assist you on an as needed basis.
19 Consultant Martha Larson Vocational Rehabilitation & Employment Consultant Martha is the Association s contracted specialist and expert on employment programs. She interfaces routinely with top level Vocational Rehabilitation and Workforce personnel to represent the Association s Employment Issues Forum platform. Martha s 30+ year career at high levels of Florida s government, including serving as agency head for the Department of Commerce, provides valuable expertise to Florida ARF s team. You may contact Martha at:
20 Consultant The Macsata-Kornegay Group, Inc. Public Affairs & Communications Consultant Brandon is Florida ARF s public affairs and communications consultant and is responsible for generating positive media exposure for Florida ARF community agencies serving individuals with disabilities. He also keeps the Association connected to Washington DC's movers and shakers and is the former Executive Director/CEO of the American Congress of Community Supports & Employment Services (ACCSES). Brandon is the President of Macsata and Associates, Inc., a Leadership and Support Consulting Firm. Questions about Florida ARF communications may be ed to Brandon at:
21 Florida ARF Staff Scott Gaedtke RESPECT of Florida Director Scott is responsible for the daily operations of the RESPECT of Florida Program, a program that creates work opportunities for citizens with disabilities by generating markets for the sale of commodities and services produced by organizations that employ people with disabilities. As the Director of RESPECT, Scott is the Association s representative with the Department of Management Services under a Central Non- Profit Agency Agreement. He maintains working relationships with government purchasing personnel throughout the State and develops products and services that can be produced by nonprofit agencies. You may call Scott at (#121) or him at:
22 Florida ARF Staff Suzanne Sewell Director of Membership and Program Services Suzanne directs the Membership and Program Services unit. Her 30+ years work experience with Florida social services agencies is a tremendous asset to Florida ARF s team. She provides technical assistance to members on Medicaid issues and is responsible for supporting the activities of the membership forums. Suzanne is the contact point and liaison for the Department of Children & Families, the Agency for Persons with Disabilities, and the Agency for Health Care Administration. She also coordinates the Association s public policy activity and supervises membership recruitment and retention activity. You may call Suzanne at (#123) or her at:
23 Florida ARF Staff John Bruntlett Human Resources Director John is the Association s Human Resources Director. He handles personnel recruitment and is responsible for various other administrative functions such as management of contracts. He is available to provide telephone or consultation on personnel, labor relations, or employment matters including: Family Medical Leave; Workers Compensation; Hiring/Discipline/Termination; Performance Appraisals; and, Wage & Hour Law. You may contact John at (#142) or him at:
24 Florida ARF Staff Erin Albertson Information and Technology Administrator Erin provides staff support for Florida ARF s IMARCS newsletters and publications and manages the Florida ARF and RESPECT of Florida websites. She also provides staff support for multiple special projects and is available to provide technical assistance on web page design and management. She may be contacted at: (#143) or
25 Florida ARF Staff RESPECT of Florida Accounting Support Florida ARF Senior Accountant Patty Allen (Accounting Supervisor) Faith Mitchell (Fiscal Assistant I) Phone: (#109) Michelle Stephens Phone: (#129)
26 Structure ISSUES FORUMS Children Community Supports Employment Government Relations ICF/DD Movement Legal Advocacy RESPECT Oversight Women s Forum Florida ARF is member driven. 26
27 Children Holly Peters, Chair President/CEO Cerebral Palsy of NE Florida The mission of the Children s Forum is to provide advocacy and intervention for programs and resources for special needs children from birth through age 22. The Children s Forum addresses industry concerns and provides input as needed on topics such as Transition Services for youth leaving high school, IDEA Part C, Charter Schools, and other issues affecting disabled children. Florida ARF provides timely and extensive information that gives our agency a chance to be ahead of the downpour of issues. The large member base provides an additional wealth of information and resources that help us all succeed. Holly Peters, 2-year member.
28 Community Supports Tina Philips, Chair President/CEO Palm Beach Habilitation Center The mission of the Community Supports Forum is to advance the goals and issues of community agencies that serve people who need support with their daily living activities, particularly for individuals with developmental disabilities. This Forum deals with service issues providers face on a daily basis such as Medicaid Waiver policy and other changes in service delivery systems. Florida ARF provides its members the opportunity to network and learn from the expertise of others so that programs and services are enhanced for the population we serve; and collectively, as a group of concerned providers, we can act as a positive change agent for people who need a spokesman for their needs. Tina Philips, 39-year member.
29 Employment Richard Gilmartin, Chair Vice President Lakeview Center, Inc. The mission of the Employment Issues Forum is to provide a venue for the exchange and discussion of ideas and issues relating to the operation of programs by community agencies for the job training, placement, retention and advancement of people with significant barriers to employment. The forum addresses policies, best practices, industry innovations and advocacy issues through issue statements, training, action agendas and impact analysis. While there are many benefits to membership in Florida ARF, two of the most important to our organization are: (1) Exposure to forward-thinking professionals in our field, and (2) Having representation on matters before the legislative body and other decision-makers on matters of great importance to our organization. Rich Gilmartin, 12-year member.
30 Government Relations Katie Porta, Chair President Quest, Inc. Board Vice Chair The Government Relations Forum is responsible for the packaging and delivering of Florida ARF s annual legislative and executive branch platform. Additionally, the Government Relations Forum provides a grassroots advocacy program to help members educate their legislators. Quest has been a member of Florida ARF for 18 years. The information the organization provides is extremely beneficial to the daily operations of our program. Additionally, the networking opportunities and forum meetings help us stay on top of state and national industry trends. I heartily endorse membership in Florida ARF it is money wellspent. Katie Porta, 18-year member.
31 ICF/DD James McGuire, Chair Executive Director Ann Storck Center The mission of the Intermediate Care Facilities for Developmentally Disabled (ICF/DD) Forum is to promote quality of care available for individuals with severe disabilities who cannot live independently. The ICF/DD forum addresses issues that affect residential facilities licensed and certified in accordance with state law and certified by the Federal Government as providers of Medicaid services to persons who are developmentally disabled. Florida ARF is the catalyst of vigorous debate and dramatic decisions and actions which have positively impacted upon the lives of Florida's most vulnerable citizens who are served by member agencies. It is the collegial and supportive relationships of the member representatives and Florida ARF staff which have fostered the Center's 20+ year affiliation with this dynamic organization. Jim McGuire, 20+ year member.
32 Legal Advocacy Joe Aniello, Ph.D., Chair President & CEO UCP South Florida To be in the forefront of educating and securing support to address issues that negatively influence service alternatives for individuals with disabilities that have proven to be unsolvable through negotiated efforts is the mission of the Legal Advocacy Forum. While viewed as a last alternative, litigation has played a critical role in the development of services for Florida s citizens with disabilities. When appropriate, the Forum uses legal advocacy to resolve disputes regarding the availability of services for individuals with disabilities. Membership in Florida ARF allows for pooling of resources of many organizations to achieve mutual goals in serving the developmentally disabled population in Florida. It also provides a forum to share information, promotes opportunities for comradeship, and offers a huge experience pool to learn and plan from. Dr. Joe Aniello, 25-year member.
33 Women s Leadership Sylvia Goldsmith, Chair Executive Vice President Jewish Community Services of South Florida The mission of the Women s Leadership Forum is to develop a network that promotes the development of women leaders within the industry. It is designed to encourage female managers to help others succeed in the business world. The primary activity of this Forum is sharing of information that will encourage women to work collaboratively for achievement of professional goals. The Women s Leadership Forum promotes the concept that female managers should help collaboratively with one another to achieve personal and professional goals. In 2005, we offered a seminar on how to communicate our agency messages to lawmakers ( Can You Hear Me Now?) I encourage all female managers to participate in future forum activities. Sylvia Goldsmith, 3 year-member.
34 RESPECT Oversight Shirley Balogh, Chair Polk County Association for Handicapped Citizens (PCAHC) The RESPECT Oversight Committee provides direction and guidance to the RESPECT program to ensure that governmental agencies within the State of Florida obtain quality products and services produced by persons with disabilities. Under the trade name "RESPECT of Florida," thousands of job opportunities have been created over three decades by community agencies. "The real time information distributed by the highly qualified staff of Florida ARF is worth its weight in gold. I don't know how non-members can survive in today's world without it. Strength in numbers and our ability to lobby through Florida ARF has helped us achieve our mission and persevere time and again. Shirley Balogh
35 RESPECT assists individuals who are severely disabled to achieve maximum personal independence through productive and gainful employment by assuring an expanded and constant market for the products and services they produce. RESPECT facilitates the placement of individuals with disabilities in competitive employment and is the largest employer of individuals with disabilities in Florida. Florida law directs state agencies and political subdivisions to purchase certain products and services from RESPECT employment centers that employ individuals with disabilities, and these purchases mean jobs for individuals with disabilities. RESPECT Employment Center Where individuals gain needed work skills. Florida ARF is the central non-profit agency that administers RESPECT.
36 Florida ARF Staff RESPECT of Florida Randy Borges Products Manager Scott Gaedtke Director Bob Scripter Services Manager Project & Contract Managers Cyndi Schumaker Executive Assistant Joan Cobb Customer Services John Maslar Nancy Perlman Nancy Robertson
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