Spinal Cord Injury in Florida
WellFlorida, Florida Department of Health Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program (BSCIP) and its partners, the Florida Alliance for Assistive Services and Technology, Inc. (FAAST), and the FAAST Spinal Cord Injury Resource Center (FSCIRC) and its Advisory Committee came together to conduct Florida’s first comprehensive needs and resources assessment of individuals with spinal cord injury (SCI) and to develop a five-year strategic plan for SCI in Florida.
Strategic Plan 2010-2015
Strategic Plan Fact Sheet
A Needs and Resource Assessment
Fact Sheet of Overview of SCI in Florida, 2010
Disability and Health
Florida Office on Disability and Health (FODH) is one of the 16 state level programs in the country funded by CDC to inform policy and practice at the state level. FODH has established an extensive partnership, organized annual meetings for networking and discussion on strategic planning in disability and health issues and implemented three modules—The Right to Know Campaign; Training Professionals and Paraprofessionals in Disability; and Supplemental Surveillance. The focus of this evaluation is to gauge the impact of FODH activities and to summarize the sustainability measures undertaken in Year 4 (2010).
Florida Office on Disability and Health: Evaluation Report, 2011
Traumatic Brain Injury in Florida
WellFlorida, Brain Injury Association of Florida and the Florida Department of Health Brain and Spinal Cord Injury Program are working together to improve the lives of all Floridians with traumatic brain injury (TBI) and their families. Project ACTION, “Assessing Communities to Identify Ongoing Needs,” was a three-year project charged with developing a system of services for individuals with TBI through the creation and implementation of a comprehensive, consumer-directed strategic plan that addresses the needs of Florida’s TBI population and their families.
TBI and BIAF Fact Sheet, 2010
TBI Fact Sheet of Strategic Plan 2009
TBI Strategic Plan 2009
TBI Flyer of Project ACTION and Assessment Overview, 2008