Lifespan Respite
Technical Assistance Center

Performance Measurement Learning Collaborative

The purpose of the learning collaborative is to provide a platform for the exchange of ideas related to performance measurement. The collaborative meets at least quarterly to discuss topics related to planning, implementing, and reporting on the outcomes of Lifespan Respite grant activities. Based on the interest and proprieties of the group, guest speakers may join to share their expertise on topics such as: identifying and accessing data sources, practical strategies for tracking progress on goals and objectives and methods, and best practices for reporting on data to stakeholders.

The collaborative explores ways to measure performance related to the stated purposes of the Lifespan Respite Care Program; specifically, strategies for measuring the degree to which programs expand and enhance respite care services to family members; improve statewide dissemination and coordination of respite care; and provide, supplement, or improve access and quality of respite care services to family caregivers. The collaborative will identify and seek solutions to challenges of measuring system’s change outcomes as well as the outcomes of caregivers and their families.

You are welcome to join the collaborative whether you have a well-established system for measuring and reporting on your performance targets, are just starting to plan a performance measurement strategy, or are somewhere in-between.

For more information, please contact Casandra Firman with ARCH.

Meetings

December 16, 2021

Agenda

(Kim Whitmore was unable to present. Her presentation on tearless logic models will be rescheduled at a later date).

Presentation

Working with an External Evaluator: Moving from a logic model to a full report

Shared by Doris Green, New York State Caregiving and Respite Coalition, and Deana Prest, New York State Office for the Aging. Doris and Deana described how they partnered with an external evaluator to create and implement an evaluation plan. They will talk about the participatory approach they followed with the evaluator and share the formal report documenting evaluation results.

Lifespan Respite Care Program: Advancing State Lifespan Respite Systems - New York, Program Evaluation Report, December 2021

New York State Lifespan Respite Program - Program Evaluation Plan, 2015

Expanding a Volunteer Respite Workforce to Provide Support to Caregivers in New York StatePresentation by Thomas V. Caprio, MD, MPH, MS, CMD, HMDC, FACP, AGSF, FAAHPM, ARCH Respite Research Summit, September 2020.

Additional Shared Resources

Outcomes and Indicators Logic Model from FRIENDS NRC 

Compendium of Annotated Measurement Tools

National Validated Measurement Tools

Zoom Recording


September 30, 2021

Agenda

PPT Slides

Zoom Recording



June 3, 2021

Agenda

ARCH Presentation on Outcomes vs Outputs, PPT Slides

Measuring Collaboration in Lifespan Respite: Massachusetts Levels of Organizational Integration, Presentation of Leanne Winchester, MA Lifespan Respite Coalition, PPT Slides

Zoom Recording



March 4, 2021

Agenda

Presentations and Resources

ARCH Presentation, PPT Slides

Idaho Presentation

PPT Slides

Logic Model for the Family Caregiver Navigation (FCN) Pilot Program

ID Caregiver Retrospective Survey

CareBreak Evaluation Tools

CareBreak Retrospective Survey

Pre Survey for CareBreak

Post Survey for CareBreak

Alabama Respite

Alabama Whitepaper - A VOICE THAT MATTERS The Impact of Family Caregiving in Alabama

Alabama Lifespan Respite Act

Alabama Respite Coalition

Zoom Recording


December 10, 2020

Agenda

   Documents for Discussion

Oklahoma Logic Models

Idaho Logic Model

   Zoom Recording

          


Lifespan Respite

Technical Assistance and Resource Center

ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center

(703) 256-2084 | archrespite.org

This project is supported, in part by grant number 90LT0001, from the U.S. Administration for Community Living, Department of Health and Human Services, Washington, D.C. 20201. Grantees undertaking projects under government sponsorship are encouraged to express freely their findings and conclusions. Points of view or opinions do not, therefore, necessarily represent official Administration for Community Living policy.

 

The ARCH National Respite Network and Resource Center is a program of Families and Communities Rising |4220 NC Hwy 55, Suite 330, Durham, NC 27713 | fcrinc.org

 

 

Powered by Wild Apricot Membership Software