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3. Through a cooperative effort with the VCU School of Dentistry we have expanded the provision of preventive dental health care to all residents. Each Friday students from the school come to The Virginia Home where they perform cleanings, examinations, and other prophylactic dental services. This has had a direct impact on the health of our residents.
The Virginia Home is in the unique position of being the only provider of long term care services to persons with physical disabilities in Virginia. While technological and other advances make it possible for many to continue to live in their family residence, these individuals often live in isolation. Their physical care needs can be met in the home, but because of the extreme physical challenges they face, they have limited access to the community. The Virginia Home is a community within a community. Demand for our service remains very high with average waits for admission measured in years. Residents here have opportunities for travel, education; employment and socialization very much like members of the general public. The Home enables them to live fulfilling lives in an uplifting and empowering environment.
Has guided The Virginia Home through three major capital expansion/renovation projects including:
Indirect Public Support HelpIndirect public support represents revenue received through solicitation campaigns. This includes funding United Way and other federated fundraising organizations, but does not include donor designated contributions.
Earned Revenue HelpEarned revenue represents income generated in direct exchange for a product or service.Earned income includes income from government contracts.
The third type of reconciling item from GAAP reporting arises from assets that have been either temporarily or permanently restricted by donors. Our investments include amounts that are donor restricted and a pro rata portion of investment income and losses is allocated to those temporarily and permanently restricted balances. These allocated amounts are not included in income on our Statement of Operations. Reporting of income for 990 purposes, though, does not recognize that distinction between restricted and unrestricted. Accordingly, the amounts allocated to restricted assets must be added to GAAP income. The amounts were $41,389 in 2008.
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