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Evaluating Inclusive Program Practice 

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This Demonstration session present at the 2020 American Evaluation Association (AEA) Conference includes lessons learned about inclusive planning involving people with disabilities, older adults, and caregivers. A U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living funded project supports knowledge building and demonstration projects focused on how inclusive coordinated planning can improve transportation programs for people with disabilities and older adults. The session presented the "Pathway to Inclusion," a diagnostic tool with standardized rubrics that can be inclusively used to assess the level and extent of inclusiveness of a program, organization, or community. The methodology encourages a dialogue about inclusiveness, identification of differences of opinion, and encourages discussions about inclusive program management. Standardized performance measures for monitoring inclusive practices will be presented and discussed. The presentation  included lessons learned about inclusion that can be used to guide inclusive planning and evaluation of programs. In addition, research with former project grantees provide information on the sustainability (and success) of inclusive practices.

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Uploaded - 10-30-2020
These are the slides from the 2020 AEA demonstration Evaluating Inclusive Program Practice, sponsored by the Disabilities and Underrepresented Populations TIG. The slides are based on research conducted with funding from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services Administration for Community Living, and managed by the Community Transportation Association of America (CTAA). The Pathway to Inclusion is copyrighted by CTAA. Permission to publish or use the Pathway for any purpose requires permission in advance. You are asked to contact David Bernstein to describe requested uses and request permission for use prior to such use. Contact information is included on the last slide The PDF may be downloaded for educational and informational purposes, and does not require permission, although feedback is always welcome.