As LSF Health Systems and its providers quickly shifted gears to continue providing essential services in the midst of a pandemic, a talented film student volunteered time and skill to help tell the story of Covid-19’s impact on the behavioral health system in Northeast Florida. While the pandemic limited our ability to film at service locations, we are pleased to share insights from our team members on how they have adapted to the pandemic to ensure the delivery of critical behavioral health services.
A warm thank you to Miranda Clapp, a senior at Sarasota Military Academy enrolled full-time in the Accelerated Dual-Enrollment program with State College of Florida (SCF), who graciously filmed and produced this video for LSF Health Systems. Miranda will be attending the University of Central Florida this fall with a Bachelor’s in Fine Arts pending as she pursues a degree in film production. Miranda enjoys storytelling, using both visual arts and writing as a platform for educational, marketing, promotional, and outreach purposes. Miranda has produced several promotional videos for other organizations including: Sunshine From Darkness, Compeer, Central Florida Behavioral Health Network, Sarasota Military Academy and the St. Francis Animal Rescue. Miranda’s proudest achievements include: the 2020 Outstanding Creative Writing Award for fiction at SCF, placing 6th in honorable mentions in Ringling’s 2020 national Annual Storytellers of Tomorrow high school writing contest with 500+ entries, and being selected as a finalist for the George S. and Stella M. Knight essay contest of 2021 Saramana Chapter.