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2​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​.5.2 Applied project Weight: 35% Type of Collaboration: Individual Due: Week 7, Friday 9th September 2022 @ 11.59pm Submission: on vUWS Format: This assessment will be in a written format using Arial or Times new roman 12 point font, doubled spaced with headings. Length: 1000 words Curriculum Mode: Report Evidence Based Practice Facilitation Techniques Paper This assessment builds on the last assessment and now adds in the next steps of program development for a participant. You will prepare a small report that overviews a facilitation technique using evidence to support your choices. The assessment will introduce and describe your identified population, intervention and provide evidence-based practice. The paper should use headings for each area and use a minimum of 5 references (academic journals, books, dissertations, etc.) and follow APA 7 format. You may also choose use www.rtwiseowl.com for examples of papers or the Therapeutic Recreation Journal for past journal articles. Select one of the following categories and find an intervention that is appropriate as per the modules covered in this class: – Physical activity (outdoor recreation, sports, exercise, sailing) – Emotional expression (anger management, humour therapy) – Cognitive stimulation (values clarification, expressive arts, morale development) – Effective facilitation (stress management. mindfulness, reminiscence) – Educational strategy (animals, play, leisure education, bibliotherapy) The paper must include the following information: – Introduction and need for the program – Purpose statement – Program description – Impact of the intervention on an individual’s physical, cognitive, social, and emotional functioning – Evidence-based research that identifies the benefits for this population – 2 outcome-based goals and 3-4 objectives per goal – Activity logistics (length, materials needed, facility) – Adaptation techniques for your two different populations – Equipment utilised – Activity processing questions (during intervention) – Activity debrief (at the conclusion) – Budget the intervention – Evaluation (how will you measure if the client objectives have been met?) – Identify 3 programs available (with a weblink): one in the local community, state, and national that currently offers the intervention and details about the programs (this includes cost, location, times and dates, do they have an RT, equipment provided, population served) Resources: Available on vUWS. 11 Marking Criteria: Applied Evidenced Based Facilitation Paper 35% Unsatisfactory (<50%) Pass (50-64%) Credit (65-74%) Distinction (75-84%) High Distinction (85-100%) Introduction & need for the program (15%) No introduction or need discussed, or need for the program is incorrectly presented A brief but appropriate introduction, and need for program appropriately discussed A g​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​ood introduction and need for program is well discussed Well discussed introduction and need for program is discussed in detail A high-level introduction and need for the program discussed Program Description (10%) No description of the program is given or description is too brief that is not helpful to understanding of the program A brief program description is given that sufficiently adds to understanding Program description allows a good understanding of the program. Program description is clear and concise but covering all main aspects of the program. Program description is concise and clear to allow for a thorough understanding Evidence-based benefits (15%) No reference to any scientific evidence Some reference to scientific evidence Appropriate reference to scientific evidence Good reference to scientific evidence A high level of scientific evidence discussed Goals and objectives (15%) Objective is not specific, measurable, achievable, realistic or time bound SMART goal format used but some elements not clearly developed or explained. Two goals are specified SMART goal format used with no element missing. Goals are appropriate and realistic for the client. Criteria are clearly stated to help measure achievement of the goals. Two goals are specified SMART goal format used correctly. No elements missing. Goals are appropriate and realistic for the client. It is clear how the goals will be measured. Two goals are specified SMART goal format used correctly. No elements missing. Goals are appropriate and realistic for the client. It is clear how the goals will be measured. Two goals are specified Activity logistics (15%) Logistics is insufficiently discussed or not at all Logistics discussed at a basic level A well thought through list of logistics Discusses all areas of logistics for program Discusses all area of logistics in detail Adaptations (15%) Adaptations for modality are insufficiently discussed or not at all, or not appropriate for activity or population Adaptation discussed at a basic level, including reference to activity and population Good adaptions for activity and population High level of adaptations discussed Students discussed adaptations at a sophisticated level. Program information links (5%) No program links 3 program links included 3 program links that appropriate for the population 3 program links that are appropriate for the population, and are all correct and accurate 3 program links, national, state and local that are correct and accurate Evaluation (10%) No evaluation included or not appropriate Basic evaluation is presented for population discussed Appropriate evaluation for population discussed Evaluation clearly measures outlined objectives and is supported by evidence Evaluation clearly measures outlined objectives for population an​‌‍‍‍‌‍‌‍‍‍‌‌‌‍‌‌‌‌‌‌​d is supported by evidence and practice

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