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Creating Small Scale Social Programs

Creating Small Scale Social Programs
Planning, Implementation, and Evaluation

November 1997 | 248 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
This book is geared towards designing programmes to meet specific social needs and organizing the relevant community and social service resources to implement them. Structured around a single case study, the book clearly illustrates how to effectively plan, implement and evaluate a small scale social programme. Each step in the planning process is introduced and described in a way that allows the reader to vicariously participate in the evolution of the programme. Useful charts, time lines and resource lists are included and can be easily referenced and utilized.
An Overview of Planning the Small Scale Program
Planning to Plan
Assembling the Tools

Meet the Planners from LIFT, Let Infants and Families Thrive
Trouble Shooting
Describing the Full Dimensions of a Problem

Magnifying the Gap
The Program Design Process

Translating Goals into Small, Systematic, Sequential Tasks and Setting Up Systems to Accomplish Them

Acting and Reacting
The Program in Action

Follow-Ups and Evaluations
Closing One Loop and Opening up the Next


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