Planning, Program Development, and Evaluation: A Handbook for Health Promotion, Aging, and Health Services

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Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Family & Relationships - 238 pages
Emphasizing health promotion and education for the elderly, this administrative handbook describes standard approaches to developing programs for health and social services in a variety of agencies. Each step of the process is outlined, with particular attention to program planning, development, and
 

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Contents

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Aging and Social Service Planning
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Program Development for Aging Services
19
The Need for Health and Social Services
25
Organization and Community Assessment
37
Writing Goals and Objectives
65
Action Steps
71
Determining and Setting Priorities
119
Developing Timelines for Planning
147
Timelines
156
References
168
Implementation Worksheets
174
Evaluation and Feedback
185
APPENDIXA Sample Budget for Use in Program Development
213
Criteria for the Development of Health
219

References
85
Need Assessment Approaches
93

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