No Limits Eastern Shore: Open Windows
Our Open Windows page is designed to ensure accountability and transparency in our operations as a state-funded provider of brain injury services – in other words, to provide an open window into our activities! The graphics/charts below provide information on the numbers and types of activities at No Limits Eastern Shore, as well as how many individuals we have served, how many hours of volunteer service our participants have provided in the community (and how many volunteer hours the community has provided to us), and other significant events for the quarter. We also provide our 501(c)3 charity and other related documentation here.
Quarterly Report of Consumers Served/Volunteer Hours/Activities Provided
Fiscal Year 2019 (July 2018 – June 2019):
*The graphic above displays the most recently completed quarter of Fiscal Year 2019 only.
**The NLES Consumers Served Report is updated at the end of each quarter. Please check back in July 2019 for Fiscal Year 2019 Quarter 4 totals.
***Full, complete, and archived Consumers Served Reports for Fiscal Years 2015 – 2018 may be found below on this page under “Archived Consumers Served Reports”.
To determine the number of people we serve, individuals served by No Limits Eastern Shore are grouped into various service status categories based on the services they receive. Service status definitions are below:
|Service Status Category||Definition|
|Active||Attending day program actively with all intake paperwork completed.|
|Consultation||Not enrolled as an active member but requiring ongoing consultation exceeding 15 minutes per quarter.|
|Information/Referral||Individual (or representative) who has made contact for information or referral services requiring less than 15 minutes per quarter.|
Activities at the No Limits day program are classified into categories based on the primary purpose of the activities, and the number of each type of activity participated in by each active member is recorded each day. To be counted as an Activity an activity must last at least 15 minutes and be facilitated/supported by No Limits Eastern Shore. Activity category definitions are below:
|Independent Living [I]||Activities such as shopping, cooking (not for charity), cleaning, and yard work where the primary purpose is to promote independent living skills.|
|Community Impact/Outreach [O]||Visits to shut-ins/long term care facilities, newsletter deliveries, participation in meetings/seminars/information fairs and other similar activities where the primary purpose is outreach to the community.|
|Cognitive [G]||Puzzles/games, speakers and other group activities with the primary focus on thinking, attention and memory skills.|
|Productivity [P]||Volunteering in-house (i.e., comfort dolls, outreach cooking, animal shelter treat making, etc.) or in the community (Hospice, Salvation Army, street cleanup, etc.), recycling, gardening, and similar activities where the primary function is productivity.|
|Health/Wellness [W]||Exercise, gross motor games, walks, safety meeting, Health Advocacy Training, speakers on health related topics, and other similar activities with the primary focus on health and/or wellness.|
Archived Quarterly Consumers Served Reports:
The Department for Aging and Rehabilitative Services (DARS) requires all state-funded Brain Injury Service Providers in Virginia to submit quarterly information on goal objective progress for the brain injury survivors they serve in the following categories:
- Community Impact
- Independent Living
- Residential Settings
- Productive Activity
- Social/Emotional/Behavioral Health
These totals are then scored on the main DARS website using their Brain Injury Services (BIS) Programs Scorecard. To view the quarterly and annual scorecard for any BIS Program through VA DARS please click here: http://www.vadrs.org/cbs/apps/outcomes/ . For assistance in understanding or interpreting the DARS Scorecard report please contact us at No Limits Eastern Shore.