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Senior Companion Program. Adapting to National Performance Measures for Independent Living and Respite Care. Senior Companion Program. SCP Refresher Resources Activity Instructions Scenarios. SCP Performance Measures Refresher.
Senior Companion Program
  • Adapting to National Performance Measures for Independent Living and Respite Care
  • Senior Companion ProgramSCP RefresherResourcesActivity InstructionsScenariosSCP Performance Measures RefresherSenior Companion projects will place at least 90% of their unduplicated volunteers in work plans and will use one or both of the following output/outcome pairs in the Healthy Futures Focus Area:SCP Performance Measures RefresherSenior Companion projects that currently serve any individual who qualifies for a Senior Companion but does not meet the definitions for the National Performance Measures may use the following output for up to 10% of their volunteers: *Grantees are encouraged to place all volunteers in National Performance Measures.  This option is available so that grantees that serve individuals who do not meet the definitions for the National Performance Measures can continue to serve those clients. ResourcesNational Performance Measures InstructionsFor Senior Companion ProgramScenario Background Information with Work Plans and Discussion QuestionsActivity InstructionsRead the program scenario.Look at the work plans presented.Answer the discussion questions using the resources provided.Provide your answers/comments through the forum function.ScenarioBackgroundHigh Hopes County has sponsored an SCP program for the past 19 years. They have a total of 100 active SCP volunteers and 4 stations.The program receives state funding from the Department of Veterans Affairs and the local offices on aging. The High Hopes County SCP grant is on an April 1 funding cycle so the FY13 continuation grant is due in January.  Work Plan: RespiteWork Plan: RespiteWork Plan: Independent LivingWork Plan: Independent LivingDiscussionDo you see any issues with being able to meet the requirements? Would the number of volunteers in work plans need to change?
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