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Lecture 11

FRHD 2350 Lecture Notes - Lecture 11: Logic Model, Institute For Operations Research And The Management Sciences, Socioeconomic Status

Family Relations and Human Development
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FRHD 2350
Jennifer Pepper

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Designing Effective Programs (Ch 8)
Program Design—
^ Refers to identifying and defining elements that go into the delivery of a
Inputs: Client, staff, physical resource elements
Throughputs: service delivery elements
Outputs: service completion elements
oIntermediate outputs: Completions of units of service
oFinal outputs: completions of the full complement of services
Outcomes: Include measures of life changes for clients
oIntermediate outcomes: Changes at the point of completion of
oFinal outcomes: Changes achieved or maintained as of a specified
point in the follow-up process after services have been completed
The Planning Process
oProgram hypothesis goals and objectives Specific program
Creating a Design
Program hypothesis informs objectives (if-then statement)
oSeniors who eat well maintain cognitive functioning and therefore
can live independently longer
oIf seniors eat healthy meals, then they will maintain cognitive
functioning and live independently longer
oIf Pregnant teens access supportive housing then they will have
healthier pregnancies and healthier babies
Design Elements
5 elements representing an agency’s resources and raw
1) Clients/consumers—
oCharacteristics (age, gender, employment),
problems, strengths (want to foster
resilience), history to see that they meet
eligibility requirements
oI.e. aging adults, pregnant teens
2) Staff—need to define staff inputs more fully also
oDemographic characteristics (ethnicity),
training, qualifications, experience
oHelps make better match between staff and
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