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Community Partnering Judy Bowen, Program Analyst State Unit on Aging 676 Church Street NE Salem OR 97301 Tele: 503-373-1842 Fax: 503-373-1133

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1 Community Partnering Judy Bowen, Program Analyst State Unit on Aging 676 Church Street NE Salem OR Tele: Fax:

2 WHAT IS A GOAL? … … … the end toward which effort is directed

3 Goal Setting   Make sure the goal you are working for is something you really want, not just something that sounds good.   A goal can not contradict any of your other goals.

4 Goal Setting (cont’d)   Develop goals in all areas of life: health, family, community, business   Write your goal in the positive instead of the negative.   Write your goal out in complete detail.

5 Continued…   By all means, make sure your goal is high enough.   This is the most important, write down your goals.

6 Caregiver Program Interested Parties Supporters Collaborators Participating Supporting Sharing Information AAA “Family” Informal Sector Private Sector Key Individuals Public Sector Voluntary Sector Community Partners

7 Community Map   Creating a Community Map enables you to become familiar with the interrelationships of the people and geography of your whole community.

8 Community Mapping Identifying the following five aspects allows residents to build a map of their community: 1. Boundaries: A community’s boundaries, or external edges, show the turf to its residents. 2. Pathways: Streets, bike trails and walkways provide for the comings and goings of pedestrians and vehicles.

9 Continued…. 3. Gathering places: Gathering places within the community are squares, shopping malls, plazas, building complexes and other places interchange. 3. Gathering places: Gathering places within the community are squares, shopping malls, plazas, building complexes and other places interchange. 4. Key Landmarks to which people attach special significance: A community has distinguishing features which “define it” and “make it” unique. 4. Key Landmarks to which people attach special significance: A community has distinguishing features which “define it” and “make it” unique. 5. Neighborhoods: Communities are composed of smaller internal units that are defined by the boundaries and pathways. 5. Neighborhoods: Communities are composed of smaller internal units that are defined by the boundaries and pathways.

10 Helping each other achieve goals!


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