Maggie Havranek 6. Community Services: A.

Hospitals: 1 Sound Shore Medical Center 16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY, 10802 (914) 632-5000 B. Nursing Homes: 6 Bayberry Nursing Home 40 Keogh Lane New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 636-3947 Dumont Masonic Home 676 Pelham Road New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-9600 Glen Island Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation 490 Pelham Road New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 636-2800 Helen and Michael Schaffer Extended Care Center 16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY 10802 (914) 637-1200 Sutton Park Center for Nursing and Rehabilitation 31 Lockwood Avenue New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 576-0600 United Hebrew Geriatric Center 391 Pelham Road New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-2804 C. Assisted Living Facilities: 2 New Rochelle Home for Adults 41 Lockwood Ave. New Rochelle, NY 10801 Phone: (914) 576-1202 Fax: (914) 633-0308 Willow Towers EHP 355 Pelham Road New Rochelle, NY 10805 Phone: (914) 636-6565 Fax: (914) 636-1890 D. Home Care Agencies: 6

Westchester County Department of Health Certified Home Health Agency 145 Huguenot Street New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 813-5176 United Hebrew Geriatric Long Term Home Health Care Program 60 Willow Drive New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-2870 J&K Healthcare 56 Harrison Street New Rochelle, NY 10801 Phone: 914-633-7810 Fax: 914-633-7864 Recco Home Care Services, Inc. 56 Harrison Street Suite 201 New Rochelle, NY 10801-6559 Phone: 914-681-6002 Fax: 814-681-0646 Sound Shore Health System, Inc 16 Guion Place New Rochelle, NY 10801-3-16 Phone: 914-632-5000 Fax: 914-632-2107 VIP Health Care Services - White Plains 459 Main Street Suite 101 New Rochelle, NY 10801-6412 Phone: 914-682-4766 Fax: 914-682-4983 E. Mental Health Care: 9 WJCS Family Mental Health Clinic 914.632.6433 (Ext. 24) CHOICE OF NEW ROCHELLE, INC 420 North Ave, New Rochelle, NY 10801 THE GUIDANCE CENTER 70 grand st new rochelle ny 10801 KIRSCHENBAUM MENTAL HEALTH CENTER -Sound Shore Medical Center NEW ROCHELLE DEPARTMENT OF PARKS AND RECREATION 515 north ave 10801 THE RENAISSANCE PROJECT, INC 350 North Ave

Crossroads Community Residence 395 Webster Ave 10801 Dimensions Clubhouse 612 Main Street New Rochelle, NY 10801 576-7022 Day Habilitation Services 136 Centre Avenue New Rochelle, NY 10805 922-9091/9092 F. Senior Centers: 2 Martin L King Center 95 Lincoln Avenue, New Rochelle (914) 235-5507 Hugh A Doyle Center 94 Davis Avenue, New Rochelle (914) 235-2363 G. Day Care Centers: 15 Angelas Little Angels 11 Lasalle Dr New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 637-8393 Early Childhood Center New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 632-6320 LeCount Place Learning Center 32 LeCount Place New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 235-0723 New Rochelle Learning Center 111 Bon Air Ave New Rochelle, NY 10804 (914) 698-8328 T L C Transitional Learning Center 555 Davenport Ave New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 738-6760 The Learning Tree 3 The Blvd New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 637-3899 United Child Day Care Center 391 Pelham Rd New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-6320

United Hebrew Geriatrics Center 391 Pelham Rd New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-6320 Children's Corner Nursery School 60 Willow Dr New Rochelle, NY 10805 (914) 632-6320 Head Start 95 Lincoln Ave New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 632-0180 United Early Childhood Center 60 Willow Dr New Rochelle, NY 10805 Tristate Learning Center Incorporated 140 Huguenot St New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 633-5252 The Childrens Center 50 Pintard Ave New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 632-3981 Royal Child Care Center 32 Lecount Pl New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 632-0104 Los Ninos Services 56 Harrison St New Rochelle, NY 10801 (914) 576-1390 7. Interview two consumers of health care in New Rochelle. What are their perceptions of how adequate the resources are? What do they perceive to be areas in need of improvement? I interviewed Fr Edward Cappeletti and Fr Mike Mendl of the Salesian Society in New Rochelle. Fr Edward Cappeletti: 1. As far as I am concerned I think the services are adequate. 2. Improvements: In the emergency room there might be a way to improve the speed which urgent things are attended to. Several times I have had bleeding in the urinary tract and because of clotting was unable to empty my bladder: I needed a catheter inserted immediately. Instead I first had to register, then answer questions about my medications' and previous hospitalizations. Finally I was brought inside to wait for the doctor. They did have me go from registration to the

triage process. However there was an immediate need to help me void my bladder. I think this might have 3. Propose one strategy to improve this situation. been given priority then followed by the registration etc. Adequate resources for child care education. Fr. Mike Mendl: “Babies born in the U.S. to teenage mothers are at risk 1.Regarding perception of how adequate resources are for long-term problems in many - what do you think? major areas of life, including school failure, poverty, and There seem to be quite enough doctors of all sorts and physical or mental illness. The of pharmacies; nearby towns also have more of same teenage mothers themselves are also at risk for these easily accessible. There are people who don't think well problems.” of Sound Shore Medical Center (and some who do). The Bronx is close with lots of hospitals. There seem to “Pregnant teenagers require special understanding, be quite a few assisted living and nursing homes also in medical care, and education--particularly about nutrition, the area, though perhaps not enough for the aging infections, substance abuse, and complications of population. pregnancy.” 2. What do you perceive to be areas in need of improvement? I perceive a need for more elder care. According to some who have used SSMC, it needs improvements, but I don't know the specific areas these people are unhappy with. PART B. Elinor Martin 1. Identify an aggregate with an actual or potential health problem. Homeless Teen Mothers 2. Develop a Nursing Diagnosis that addresses the problem. Knowledge Deficit related to child care as evidenced by mothers age and lack of resources, support, and education. “Babies born to teenagers are at risk for neglect and abuse because their young mothers are uncertain about their roles and may be frustrated by the constant demands of caretaking. Adult parents can help prevent teenage pregnancy through open communication and by providing guidance to their children about sexuality, contraception, and the risks and responsibilities of intimate relationships and pregnancy.” Reference: http://www.aacap.org/galleries/FactsForFamilies/31_wh en_children_have_children.pdf