Presentation on theme: "DR. SUSAN G. HARRIS SANFORD CENTER FOR AGING CDSMP & DSMP T-TRAINER LUANNE STEININGER SANFORD CENTER FOR AGING CDSMP & DSMP T-TRAINER Healthy Living: Up2Me."— Presentation transcript:
DR. SUSAN G. HARRIS SANFORD CENTER FOR AGING CDSMP & DSMP T-TRAINER LUANNE STEININGER SANFORD CENTER FOR AGING CDSMP & DSMP T-TRAINER Healthy Living: Up2Me Nevada Quality and Technical Assistance Center Fidelity Training for Leaders
What is Fidelity? Program Fidelity includes consistency of delivery of the workshop as intended by the developers. At the organizational level, fidelity refers to how closely administrators, trainers and evaluators monitor program implementation to meet minimum standards. Organizations who hold the license must monitor fidelity and may require additional standards. Planning, implementation and follow-up are all part of fidelity.
Why Fidelity? So you will be a successful Lay-Leader! We want to Help Leaders find the tools to be successful! It is important to follow the requirements Prior to a workshop During a workshop After a workshop Organizations in Nevada with a Stanford license need to know and follow fidelity.
Program Fidelity is Important Program Fidelity is crucial to preserve the integrity of the workshop and to obtain quality outcomes. Workshops not delivered as originally developed decreases the desired outcomes and may even result in harm. Program fidelity impacts the allocation and use of resources. Funding sources demand accountability and proof of program impact.
Important Licensing Information Leaders are required to have a valid copy of the organization’s signed licensing agreement inserted in the front of their manual. This is the organization that is sponsoring the workshop. The license the organization holds is with Stanford University. Organizations can access licensing information on the Stanford website.
Levels of Training & Facilitation Stanford University T-Trainers: Train Master Trainers Train Lay Leaders Facilitate Workshops Master Trainers: Train Lay- Leaders Facilitate Workshops Lay Leaders: Facilitate Workshops
Licensee Responsibilities Organization with Stanford University License Approves Lay- Leaders to Facilitate Provides copy of license for each authorized leader Reports to Stanford annually Is ultimately responsible for fidelity
Leader Observation Fidelity Checklist During Workshop
To Be Successful… Report the workshop to QTAC for marketing Get involved and schedule a workshop right away. Complete your first workshop within 3-6 months. If you don’t facilitate a workshop within 12 months, you must be re-trained. Have a plan if one of the Leader can’t attend. Know what to do in and emergency and who to contact. Sign the lay leader agreement form with QTAC, if applicable, or with the licensed organization that sponsors the leader training. Participate in the QTAC PII/Security and Survey Packet training.
Continued… Use the HLU2M Fidelity Manual Access the Stanford web site Review all the materials in the leader’s manual Be a good self-manager Use problem solving skills Ask if you can’t find the answer or need clarification Be open to constructive feedback Remember that you have a partner Follow the manual exactly Have fun and be willing to learn S-T-R-E-T-C-H
Thank You! Dr. Susan G Harris CDSMP & DSMP T-Trainer LuAnne Steininger CDSMP & DSMP T-Trainer Dawn Gentsch NV QTAC Program Consultant 515.360.1731 firstname.lastname@example.org
NVQTAC and Sanford Center for Aging http://www.unr.edu/sanford/programs/cdsmp.aspx
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