Nov 17, 2021 Uncategorized

Safety from Violence and Abuse

Instructions 

Please review https://www.hhs.gov/programs/public-health-safety/safety-from-violence-abuse/index.html  and show how this would meet a need for your community, a group of people you would like to work with in the future, a group of people that you work with now that could benefit from that program, or a group that you are aware of that could benefit from the program. Create a presentation that  is 7-10 mins  in length  with notes .For your presentation include the following:

  • Title Information:
    • Program title and agency sponsoring the program
    • Target population and developmental stage
    • Geographic location
  • The purpose of the program:
    • Briefly describe the program and its’ introduction to your community. Include a short analysis of any ethical considerations for the deployment of the program using elements of developmental psychology research and practice to support the suggested implementation.
    • Describe why your program is necessary and appropriate for the chosen group.
    • Explain the expected outcome(s) from your program and at least one method you will use to assess the outcome(s).
    • Briefly explain any developmental theory that applies to the utility of this program and the particular group involved.
    • Evaluate the research that supports the success, or lack of success, for this program?
  • Program Modification:
    • Describe modification you would make to the program to improve its’ suitability for your selected group.
    • Defend why these modifications would improve the program.  Include research to support your claims.

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