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HSM240 / HSM 240 / CheckPoint: Theory, Design, and Specification

HSM240 / HSM 240 / CheckPoint: Theory, Design, and Specification

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CheckPoint: Theory, Design, and Specification
Due Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum
 Resource: Ch. 7 of Social Policy and Social Programs
 Pretend you are in charge of creating a new social program. Money for funding is not an issue.
 Outline, in approximately 300 words, the theory, design, and specification of the program you would create. Refer to p. 144 of the text for an example. Remember that, generally, a theory is a group or set of interrelated ideas thought to explain the causes and effects of a specific problem.
 Justify your decision for choosing to create that particular social program
CheckPoint: Theory, Design, and Specification
Due Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum
 Resource: Ch. 7 of Social Policy and Social Programs
 Pretend you are in charge of creating a new social program. Money for funding is not an issue.
 Outline, in approximately 300 words, the theory, design, and specification of the program you would create. Refer to p. 144 of the text for an example. Remember that, generally, a theory is a group or set of interrelated ideas thought to explain the causes and effects of a specific problem.
 Justify your decision for choosing to create that particular social program

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CheckPoint: Theory, Design, and Specification Due Date: Day 5 [Individual] forum Resource: Ch.

7 of Social Policy and Social Programs Pretend you are in charge of creating a new social program. Money for funding is not an issue. Outline, in approximately 300 words, the theory, design, and specification of the program you would create. Refer to p. 144 of the text for an example. Remember that, generally, a theory is a group or set of interrelated ideas thought to explain the causes and effects of a specific problem. Justify your decision for choosing to create that particular social program.

I. Disaster Relief. Mission: To provide services to families and individuals to help them through natural and man-made disasters. These services will include provision of water and food, medical care and counseling during clean up and grant funding for families who have no recovery insurance. Once conditions are sustainable, this agency will disengage itself from the area. II. Program Design. a. Design of specific, viable goals. b. Define objectives necessary to reach these goals. c. Effective promotion of program among collaborating agency and service providers. 1. Secure community and other stakeholder support. 2. Establish position as second responder. 3. Program information provided through press release. d. Secure appropriate facilities for health care provision. e. Design and implement internal evaluation standards. 1. Evaluate risks to and design program to protect employee & volunteer health i. Evaluate employee wellness programs. ii. Determine benefits. iii. Establish services. 2. Evaluate other similar programs and their effectiveness. 3. Evaluate program services and delivery productivity. i. Evaluate adequacy of counseling services. ii. Ensure that best practices are employed. III. Program Services. a. Services provided. 1. Food Kitchens. 2. Distribution of prepared meals. 3. Potable water for Consumption. 4. Emergency contact equipment for family members use. 5. Medical care. 6. Spiritual and emotional counseling. 7. Clean up services and supplies distribution. 8. Collection and distribution of donations. 9. Financial assistance. 10. Shelter. 11. Day care. 12. Baby products distributed.

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