Evident Change has published its evaluation report of the LA Model. The model was developed after Los Angeles County leadership determined that a rehabilitative, home-like environment would better serve youth who are justice system-involved than traditional correctional institutions. The report includes a process evaluation, quantitative evaluation, and recommendations.
A Research Agenda for the APS Field
The Administration for Community Living facilitated the development of the first research agenda focused exclusively on adult protective services (APS). The research agenda consists of 61 high-priority research questions and is intended to provide guidance to researchers, APS programs, and funders by highlighting research gaps. It is the hope that the research agenda will also encourage researchers to partner with APS programs to answer these important questions. Partnerships between researchers and APS programs are essential to ensure that research is relevant and useful to practitioners and sensitive to the complexities of APS work and the rights of clients. In addition, the agenda is expected to help build the evidence for APS practices and procedures.
This webinar provides an overview of how the research agenda was developed and key questions identified by the field.
(Materials: slide presentation)
Mary Twomey, MSW, and Anne Leopold, MSc, New Editions Consulting, Inc.