Non Profit Organizations
Being that one of AAA Physical Therapy’s values is Compassion, we are supportive of Not for Profit Organizations in our local community. If you want to be part of this list, please contact us at 443.979.7171 or email us at admin@AAAPhysicalTherapy.com
Collaboration Mindset with Howard Community College’s Dragon Radio
AAA Physical Therapy partners with Howard Community College’s Dragon Radio to bring you about prevention of injuries, insurance, PT programs, and anything else related to the business of health and wellness! We have guest speakers who are leaders in their respective fields in rehabilitation, health and wellness, and anything else related to operating and owning a small practice / business!
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Local Health Improvement Coalition
Howard County’s Local Health Improvement Coalition (HCLHIC) works to achieve health equity in Howard County and to identify and reduce health disparities.
All residents of Howard County will have access to health care and health outcomes will be equitable for all.
All stakeholders have a voice
Inclusive of Howard County’s diverse community
Meals on Wheels
Our Charitable Mission
To enable people to live independently at home through the provision of nutritious meals, personal contact and related services.
In Service we CARE:
Creativity: we are committed to finding new and innovative ways to meet or exceed the expectations of our clients, donors, partners, volunteers, and staff.
Accountability: we are accountable for our work by striving to work within the scope and budget of assigned tasks while fulfilling the mission of Meals on Wheels of Central Maryland.
Responsiveness: we deliver prompt and responsive service to all clients and stakeholders.
Energy: we are dedicated to supporting and energizing our staff strive in service of excellence, enthusiasm and appreciation of our clients, volunteers, and partners.
In all that we do, we demonstrate CARE.
Neighbor Ride enhances the health and quality of life for local seniors by providing volunteer-driven transportation for medical appointments, social activities, faith services, shopping and other needs. Volunteer drivers are always needed.
Youth with Purpose
We believe that exposure is one of the fundamental core components for success. The lack of exposure to experiences forces students into an “at-risk” predicament. This thwarts the imagination and stifles one’s ability to dream and see that dream become a reality. It is evident that the exposure to new experiences can broaden a student’s horizon. Often, students in our school system deemed “at risk” tend to lack exposure in their personal and academic life.