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  • ADA Accessibility Statement | CBFRC

    ADA Accessibility Statement The Children's Board Family Resource Centers (CBFRC) ar e committed to ensuring all visitors to familysupporthc.org are able to use the website to access information about the organization and the services of the CBFRC. ​ ADA Compliance In accordance with the requirements of Title II of the American’s with Disabilities Act of 1990 (“ADA”), CBFRC will not discriminate against qualified individuals on the basis of disability for services, programs, or activities. ​ ADA Coordinator – Our Commitment to Help It is important to note that improvements to the website are ongoing as we work to meet and/or exceed the requirements of the World Wide Web Consortium’s (W3C) Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) 2.0. If you encounter a problem using our website, including issues related to accessibility or have any questions regarding our efforts around WCAG 2.0, please reach out to us so we can provide you with the information you are seeking in a timely manner. ​ CBFRC has established an ADA Coordinator to facilitate assistance for disabled residents and visitors. The ADA Coordinator can facilitate members of the public with the provision of auxiliary aids and services for CBFRC meetings, programs and events. The ADA Coordinator also investigates and seeks to resolve any complaints regarding accessibility to CBFRC facilities or programs. ​ Dexter Lewis and Tim Bennett ADA Coordinators Children’s Board of Hillsborough County 1002 E. Palm Ave. Tampa, Florida 33605 E-mail: info@childrensboard.org Phone: 813-229-2884 ​ ADA Notice The ADA does not require actions that would fundamentally alter CBFRC's programs or services where that imposes an undue financial or administrative burden; however, CBFRC will make reasonable changes to its policies and programs to ensure qualified persons with disabilities of equal opportunity for its services, programs and activities. ​ Requests for accommodation should allow sufficient time to provide it. CBFRC does not surcharge any person or group for the cost of providing appropriate auxiliary aids or services, or for reasonable modification of its policies. To request an accommodation or make a suggestion regarding inaccessible programs, services or activities, please contact the ADA Coordinator referenced above. ​ Please give sufficient notice and provide the following information if you are requesting an accommodation: Your specific need Your accommodation request for the suggestion(s) Your name and contact information. ​ Third-Party Applications While you are visiting our site, you will notice that we make use of third-party sites such as Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube to provide information about (CBFRC). Though individuals may have challenges with access to these particular sites, CBFRC does not control or remedy the way content is portrayed. ​ ADA Grievance Procedure CBFRC has established a grievance procedure and will take prompt and reasonable action to investigate and eliminate discrimination when found. It should be used by any person who wishes to file a complaint alleging discrimination based on disability in the provision of services, activities, programs or benefits by CBFRC. ​ If possible, the complaint should be submitted in writing to the ADA Coordinator listed above and contain: the identity of the complainant; the basis for the allegations; and a description of the alleged discrimination with the date of occurrence. If the complaint cannot be submitted in writing, the complainant should contact the Coordinator for assistance. ​ The ADA Coordinator will respond to the complaint within thirty (30) calendar days and will take reasonable steps to resolve the matter. Should the ADA Coordinator be unable to resolve a complaint satisfactorily, the Coordinator will forward the complaint to CBFRCChief Executive Officer or her designee, who will have up to 20 business days to arrive at a final resolution of the complaint.

  • Programs | CBFRC

    AGENCIAS SOCIOS Bienestar de los niños de St. Joseph y Centro de seguridad El Centro de Bienestar y Seguridad para Niños de St. Joseph's brinda servicios de salud y bienestar a niños y familias en toda la Bahía de Tampa, que incluyen: Clínicas de seguridad para ciclistas y peatones; Clases de seguridad para niños pasajeros; Clases de primeros auxilios y resucitación cardiopulmonar; Clínica Médica Móvil; Clases de niñeras seguras; Programas de nutrición y bienestar basados ​​en la escuela; Clases de charlas para adolescentes; La tienda de seguridad; Recursos de seguridad hídrica; y más. El Centro de Bienestar y Seguridad para Niños de St. Joseph's proporciona el dominio de Salud y Seguridad para los Centros de Recursos Familiares de Children's Board junto con los Servicios Móviles. Museo Infantil Glazer Las experiencias de aprendizaje temprano de calidad conducen al éxito a largo plazo en la escuela y en la vida. El Museo Infantil Glazer cree en involucrar a los padres, cuidadores y niños en oportunidades de aprendizaje lúdico. Las clases de Learn & Play Tampa Bay se ofrecen sin costo para usted en los sitios de todo el condado de Hillsborough. Los fondos para este programa son generosamente proporcionados por Children's Board of Hillsborough County . WEBSITE Redefinidores Idiomas del mundo, Inc. Fundada por un educador de tiempo completo, un padre y un defensor del aprendizaje de idiomas, ReDefiners es una organización sin fines de lucro que se enorgullece de ser pionera en la programación de educación temprana de idiomas en el condado de Hillsborough. La organización está formada por profesores cualificados, estudiantes voluntarios internacionales y profesionales de los negocios apasionados por la educación lingüística y cultural. Ofrecemos clases de idiomas en árabe, chino (mandarín), español e inglés para niños de PreK-5 ° grado. ReDefiners ofrece clases de Aprendamos español en los centros de Brandon, Town 'N Country y Temple Terrace. WEBSITE WEBSITE Junior League of Tampa ​ ​ The Junior League of Tampa is committed to helping break the cycle of poverty for our most disadvantaged children and families through child welfare and education initiatives. The Junior League provides each CBFRC with a Giving Library, stocked with English, Spanish and bilingual books, as well as diapers and baby supplies. WEBSITE Comunidad Suncoast Centros de salud Centrándose en la atención médica primaria y la odontología general, Suncoast sirve como el hogar médico y dental de muchos de los residentes y trabajadores migrantes y sus familias que viven en el este y sur del condado de Hillsborough. Suncoast actualmente opera siete clínicas y dos programas de extensión dental, incluido su entrenador dental de última generación. Los centros de salud comunitarios de Suncoast brindan servicios dentales preventivos en los CBFRC en el este del condado, Brandon y el sur del condado para niños de 6 meses a 18 años. WEBSITE Fundación Salud de la Familia La Family Healthcare Foundation debe ser el líder de confianza en nuestra comunidad que garantiza el acceso a una atención médica asequible y de alta calidad. La Family Health Care Foundation busca maximizar la cobertura de salud mediante el establecimiento de asociaciones con los sectores público y privado, gobiernos estatales y locales, proveedores de atención médica y socios comunitarios. De esta manera, la Fundación puede aprovechar mejor los recursos. WEBSITE Mayores en servicio Seniors in Service es reconocido por su capacidad sobresaliente para involucrar, administrar y movilizar anualmente a más de 700 voluntarios mayores de 55 años en los condados de Hillsborough, Pinellas y Pasco, satisfaciendo las necesidades de los desatendidos en nuestra comunidad a través de la colaboración con más de 150 socios comunitarios. Además, un Coordinador Académico y voluntarios proporcionan a los niños desde jardín de infantes hasta tercer grado fuera del horario escolar actividades de alfabetización educativa en el sitio en los Centros de Recursos Familiares de Children's Board. Preservar Vision Florida Preserve Vision Florida es una organización sin fines de lucro que ofrece 59 años de educación y servicios de la vista a niños y adultos de Florida. Nuestro enfoque es promover una atención de la vista saludable de por vida a través de la promoción, la educación, las pruebas de detección y la investigación. Preserve Vision Florida ofrece exámenes de la vista en los Centros a través de la Clínica Médica Móvil. WEBSITE Mayores en servicio Seniors in Service es reconocido por su capacidad sobresaliente para involucrar, administrar y movilizar anualmente a más de 700 voluntarios mayores de 55 años en los condados de Hillsborough, Pinellas y Pasco, satisfaciendo las necesidades de los desatendidos en nuestra comunidad a través de la colaboración con más de 150 socios comunitarios. Además, un Coordinador Académico y voluntarios proporcionan a los niños desde jardín de infantes hasta tercer grado fuera del horario escolar actividades de alfabetización educativa en el sitio en los Centros de Recursos Familiares de Children's Board. WEBSITE

  • Programming and Quality Assurance | CBFRC

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  • Center-Driven Programs | CBFRC

    Center-Driven Programming LOS PROGRAMAS Y SERVICIOS REQUIEREN REGISTRO, POR FAVOR LLAME AL CENTRO AL QUE LE GUSTARÍA ASISTIR PARA REGISTRARSE. ARTS & CRAFTS Arts & Crafts have many benefits for all age groups. It encourages creative expression, boosts fine motor skills, improves decision-making skills and builds confidence. The Center offers a variety of projects that involve paint, innovation, hand-eye coordination and imaginative processes. Arts & Crafts can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Center calendars will indicate specific suggested ages for certain activities - from little ones, to teens, to adults, to seniors. SIGHTING SIGHT WORDS Sight Words are commonly used words children are encouraged to memorize by sight without having to sound them out. During this eight-week course, children will be engaged in fun, hands-on activities and taught new words weekly, while caregivers learn techniques and resources to promote learning at home. Results from pretests and posttests are documented and shared with caregivers. This class is designed for students in grades K-2nd. MATH MANIA Do you have a child in Kindergarden-2nd Grade who needs support in mathematics? Math Mania is a fun, engaging and educational program developed and facilitated by our CBFRC staff. Offered at all seven locations, your child can practice their addition, subtraction and number recognition skills through creative games and activities that also foster social skills and academic confidence. As caregivers participate with their children, they, too, will learn new skills to continue their child’s learning at home. Pre– and post-tests will be implemented to measure your child’s success. Please call your local Center to sign up. THE EXPLORER'S CLUB It is tough being a teenager! Expectations at home, keeping up with schoolwork, peer pressure, the thought of - what's next? The Explorer's Club (for ages 12-15) is an outlet for your teen to meet new people their age and socialize, but also to participate in fun activities that help them build confidence, learn new skills, and boost their self-confidence. We cover topics like coping strategies, time management, basic cooking skills, being responsible with their money, and so much more! Pre– and post-tests will be implemented to measure your child’s success. Please call your local Center to sign up. STEAM LEARNING STEAM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics. STEAM learning is important because it produces a variety of benefits, such as soft skills, engagement, motivation and creativity. The Centers incorporate STEAM learning in a variety of ways, for a spectrum of ages. From science experiments and building challenges, to technological observations and number manipulatives. ALL of these subjects promote artistic expression. Please see Center calendars which will provide the recommended age group for activities. NUTRITION & COOKING CLASSES Nutrition & Cooking Classes are for all the little chefs at home! You and your child can join our CBFRC Kitchens and enjoy being immersed in a world of culinary creativity and discovery. Through cooking and preparing food, children can enhance math, science, language, motor skills development and social skills, as well as learn about nutrition and wellness. Your little chefs will gain new experiences incorporating skills that build over time in each class. Classes are typically designed for children age 10 and under. Please refer to Center calendars for recommended age groups for specific activities. SENSORY PLAY Sensory Play ignites a child’s senses, while helping them exercise motor skills, explore their curiosity and learn about new engaging topics. From smelling, to touching, to hearing, to tasting, to seeing, Sensory Play has many benefits. Sensory Play is not only important for babies and toddlers, who often have the time to play and explore at home, but also for preschoolers and elementary children. Even adults find the activities relaxing and fun. Please refer to Center calendars for recommended age groups for specific activities. HOLIDAY CELEBRATIONS As community hubs, the Centers celebrate cultural diversity every chance we get. We invite individuals and families from all age groups and backgrounds to learn, share, collaborate, dance, create, honor and enjoy traditions from around the world. The Centers host both activities and special events to celebrate. CELEBRATING CULTURAL DIVERSITY As community hubs, the Centers celebrate cultural diversity every chance we get. We invite individuals and families from all age groups and backgrounds to learn, share, collaborate, dance, create, honor and enjoy traditions from around the world. The Centers host both activities and special events to celebrate. EARLY LITERACY Teen The Centers implement early literacy programs for children who are too young to enroll in Sighting Sights Words, which is developed for children in grades K-2. One program is called Fun With Phonics - it teaches children how to pronounce sounds, then blend those sounds together to make full words through engaging, hands-on and fun activities. Caregivers can then take what they learned together and practice at home. LITTLE WONDERS Little Wonders is a play-based, developmentally appropriate playgroup series for children up to age six. Each session is structured with interaction-focused activities, with caregivers and children as the central focus. From morning welcome songs, to movement exercises, to themed activities like colors and music, to free play. Time and space for parent and caregiver networking is highly encouraged. SPECIAL FAMILY EVE NTS Our Family Resource Center family loves to celebrate with yours! ADULT PROGRAMMING

  • Brandon Team | CBFRC

    Nadine Center Manager Nadine was born and raised in Lebanon. She is a Pharmacist, graduated from the Lebanese University. She recently moved with her family to the United States. Nadine joined the CBFRC Brandon family after being members with her family for months. Her family had joyful moments and big help from the center, which made her wanted to join them to spread joy and support, too. Her boys are everything for her! She recently discovered a new passion for craft works and decorating items, so when she has free time, you can find her painting and decorating items. Je parle le français و اتكلم العربية ايضا Coming Soon Intake and Referral Specialist Ingrid Arias Cardulis born in Cuba, in the city of Havana. She has a bachelor as Licensed in Education, on the specialty of Spain Language and literature at the University of Cienfuegos, and a Master degree in Education. She loves teaching, and believes in the power of the words, and the education. Had experience in Middle school and High school, but mostly in High Education. On the last 23 years she has worked in the Spanish Department at the University of Cienfuegos. Yo hablo Espaṅol! Haley Family Specialist Haley was born in Fort Hood, Texas but grew up in Schweinfurt, Germany. She has lived in many places including Texas, Georgia, Kansas, Oregon and Germany. Haley moved to Brandon, FL in 2017. She is currently pursuing a degree in Human Services. Before joining the FRC she was a preschool teacher. Haley loves laughing, and cuddling with her bearded dragon Reptar. Breisa Support Specialist Coming Soon Family Specialist (Part-Time) ​ Breisa was born and raised in Cuba. She moved to the United States with her family when she was 11 years old and is currently studying psychology at Hillsborough Community College. She is also a volunteer at her church and loves to work with children of all ages. One of her favorite things to do is going to Disney and exploring new places. Yo hablo español!

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