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MKT 421 Week 4 Discussion Questions 1

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  2. This file of LTC 310 Week 5 Final Project Community Newsletter includes Programs and Services and contains following task "Discover the services and programs that are offered in your community."
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  6. Programs and Services Matrix
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  13. Resource: Programs and Services Matrix Grading Criteria
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  15. Complete University of Phoenix Material: Programs and Services Matrix, located on your student website.
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  17. Use the matrix to identify five different types of programs or services available for long-term care populations.
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  19. Include a brief description of the program or service and identify what populations may be in need of each.
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  21. Indicate whether this type of service or program is available in your own community and provide examples, if possible, of each.
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  39. Resource : Evolution of Programs and Services Paper Grading Criteria
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  43. Write a 700- to 1,050- word paper about the evolution of programs and services for aging populations over the last 50 years. Include the following:
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  45. ·  An overview of how programs and services have evolved
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  47. ·  Two examples of programs and services that have evolved and an explanation of the changes that have taken place
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  49. ·  At least two references
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  51. Format your paper consistent with APA guidelines.
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  69. Resource: University of Phoenix Material: Program or Service Observation Form, located on your student website; Community Newsletter Outline Grading Criteria
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  71. Create a list of long-term care programs or services you would like to observe, such as home-delivered meals, fitness classes, or transportation assistance.
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  73. Submit the list to your instructor for approval before making arrangements to conduct the observation. After receiving approval, contact the program or service provider to schedule the observation as soon as possible.
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  75. You will use the Observation Form for this task. The form is divided into four categories that will guide you in obtaining the information you need for your project. In the form, you will be asked to record information about the requirements that the program or service must adhere to, the public’s perception of the program or service, and the overall effectiveness of it. After conducting the observations, the Learning Teams will create a Community Newsletter in which they will provide their local community with information regarding the long-term care programs and services available to them. Team members will use the information from their observations to create the newsletter.
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  77. Complete the Program or Service Observation Form to record your observations of the program or service. Each team member must submit this form with the final assignment.
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  79. Note . Because these programs and services are designed for the public, you may visit as an interested observer and community resident or as a health care professional. If staff members do not welcome this type of visit, note this on the Observation Form, because relationships with the public are important aspects of quality programs.
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  81. Write an outline for your 1,400- to 1,750-word Community Newsletter detailing the programs and services available in your communities, due in Week Five. Answer the following in your outline:
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