Appendix to: Site Visit Report: Broward's Infrastructure Design to Guide and Sustain Permanency for Young Foster Children (BRIDGES) 2013: Project Evaluation.
Site Visit Report
Grant Product Site Visit
This appendix to a site visit report on Broward County's infrastructure design to guide and sustain permanency for young foster children, includes a PowerPoint presentation that report evaluation findings from a second round of data on the BRIDGES program. The findings refer to data collect through on online survey of 25 members of the collaboration and 11 telephone interviews with members of the BRIDGES collaboration conducted in February 2013,, interviews with participants in the Pilot Transdisciplinary Staffings in December 2012 and coordination with other ECCW grantees on research manuscripts. Findings indicate 63% of participants were very satisfied with the program and additional 25% were satisfied with the program; participants are most satisfied with the progress on training, quality child care certification, and transdisciplinary staffings, and 92% of respondents through that the BRIDGES initiative and its achievement would be sustained after the grant time ended. The appendix also includes a BRIDGES logic model that identifies inputs, activities, outputs, and outcomes for the five key objectives of the BRIDGES program.
foster children; program evaluation; Early childhood education; Early intervention programs; Screening; Certification; Accreditation