United Way of the Lower Mainland, Better at Home: Program Evaluation, 2017-2018

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Better at Home provides non-medical supports to enable seniors to live at home longer and stay connected with their communities. This evaluation engaged with all program stakeholders– seniors, program and provincial staff, volunteers, contractors and other community partners for 61 communities across BC. The SHIFT team brought a developmental evaluation perspective to the program evaluation and the results are informing understanding of impacts, scaling of promising practices, enhanced collaboration and continual improvement.

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Folks sit around a table at the Victoria Foundation meet up and strategy session.
Taking Stock: Shared Learning & Practice with Multi-Sector Collaboration and Collective Impact – Convening, Facilitation & Sensemaking, 2017-2018
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