Development of a Needs Assessment for Youth Violence Prevention Programs in a Large Midwestern City
Graduate Degree Type
Occupational Therapy (M.S.)
This research project was designed to examine the relationship between the needs for violence prevention programs and the qualities of occupational therapists. A needs assessment relevant to violence prevention program could not be located. One was therefore created based on the literature available as well as professional input. A pilot study was conducted, revisions were made and the needs assessment was distributed when approval was granted. The assessment was distributed to elementary, middle and high school principals, assistant principals, occupational therapists, guidance counselors/psychologists, and support staff from two western Michigan school systems. A model program was created based on the data gathered from the needs assessment and the existing literature. Analysis and discussion of the findings are presented in addition to suggestions for further research.
Savel, Laura Lynn, "Development of a Needs Assessment for Youth Violence Prevention Programs in a Large Midwestern City" (2007). Masters Theses. 628.
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