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Needs Assessment Outlines (Grant)

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-I will upload PowerPoints slides facilitate the way to use the Logic Models in order to use them in the Needs Assessment Outlines and find out the Risk factors. Here is some Risk factors and you can search for other ones: significant risk factors for poor child health status such as high rates of poverty among children under age 5, high rates of low birthweight infants, and low rates of early childhood developmental screenings.

-I will upload the he Original Grant "Early Childhood Deve. NOFO HARSA" that would help find the problems, reasons, goals, and the Risk Factors.

--The required assignment Document word is uploaded as well which is the outlines .

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Where do we begin when we plan… …a program? …a curriculum? …a training? …a grant? Phase I Social Predisposing Policy Regulation Organization Behavior and Lifestyle Health Re-enforcing Health Educati on Enabling Environment Quality of Life Phase I Social Assessment Quality of Life Phase 3 Behavior and Environment Predisposing Policy Regulation Organization Health Environment Enabling Epidemiological Phase I Social Behavior and Lifestyle Re-enforcing Health Education Phase 2 Quality of Life Phase 5 Administrative and Policy Assessment Phase 4 Educational and Ecological Assessment Predisposing Policy Regulation Organization Phase 3 Behavior and Environment Health Environment Enabling Epidemiological Phase I Social Behavior and Lifestyle Re-enforcing Health Education Phase 2 Quality of Life Phase 5 Administrative and Policy Assessment Phase 4 Educational and Ecological Assessment Predisposing Policy Regulation Organization Phase 3 Behavior and Environment Health Environment Enabling Epidemiological Phase I Social Behavior and Lifestyle Re-enforcing Health Education Phase 2 Quality of Life Phase 4 Phase 5 Administrative and Policy Assessment Phase 3 Behavior and Environment Educational and Ecological Assessment Predisposing Policy Regulation Organization Phase I Social Epidemiological Behavior and Lifestyle Quality of Life Health Re-enforcing Health Education Phase 2 Environment Enabling Implementation Outcome Evaluation Process and Impact Evaluation Phase 6 Phases 7 and 8 Phase 9 HEALTH BELIEF MODEL •Perceived risk •Perceived severity •Perceived benefit •Perceived barriers •Perceived self-efficacy •Cues to action Let’s look at your grants  This is what makes up your Needs Assessment ◦ ◦ ◦ ◦ Quality of Life Epidemiology Environmental and Behavioral Factors Educational and Ecological Assessments In your grant… Quality of Life---long term goals 7-10 years.  Epidemiology—what does your grant say about morbidity, mortality, loss of years?  Environmental/Behavioral Factors—what does your grant mention about these? What in the environment do they want addressed? What behaviors? Whose behaviors?  Educational/Ecological-P/P, HBM  Work in your grant groups to find those items. How do you write the needs assessment for a grant or program? Start large—national data on the problem, population, programs that have worked…what does your grant say?  What are the risk factors (list all of them).  Discuss all of them in detail (or ID the ones you are using in your program and discuss those)  OL 06 - NA Outline. You are to type directly on to this paper. The scoring rubric is on the bottom of the assignment. You may take more space than is provided, but if you don’t use a section—do not delete it, just leave it blank. You may DELETE anything that is HIGHIGHTED ***At this point...list all articles, websites or other sources you have found to help you. You are to use APA format. List them below this statement and above Roman Numeral I. List of Sources: I. List the problem and possible generalized population. A. Risk Factor –list one Below-Source that supports this. Below you will list sources you have found using. You will use the sources from above in your APA list*** and you will cite using in-text format per APA (author, year). 1. Source 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source B. Risk Factor list one 1. Source 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source C. Risk Factor list one 1. Source 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source D. Risk Factor list one. 1. Source 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source E. Risk Factor list one. 1. Source 2. Source 3. Source 4. Source Followed directions Has at least four reliable sources listed in the list at the top of the page. Uses APA correctly. Has the grant problem and possible generalized population or community Has identified at least four risk factors that are related to the above Has sources listed for at least two of the risk factors listed Uses APA in-text citation correctly. Sp/Gr Yes 1 No 0 Yes -2 (.5 for each) Zero to two errors-5 Minus one point for each error after two...can lose no more than five points Yes 1 No 0 Yes 2 (.5 for each) Yes 2 (1 point for each) All-5 More than half-3-4 Fewer than half 2-3 No 0-1 No errors-2 1 error-1 2+ errors-0 U.S. DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH AND HUMAN SERVICES Maternal and Child Health Bureau Division of Home Visiting and Early Childhood Systems Early Childhood Developmental Health System: Implementation in a High Need State Funding Opportunity Number: HRSA-17-125 Funding Opportunity Type(s): New Catalog of Federal Domestic Assistance (CFDA) Number: 93.110 NOTICE OF FUNDING OPPORTUNITY Fiscal Year 2017 Application Due Date: August 18, 2017 MODIFIED on July 27, 2017: Dr. Lieser’s telephone number Ensure your SAM.gov and Grants.gov registrations and passwords are current immediately! Deadline extensions are not granted for lack of registration. Registration in all systems, including SAM.gov and Grants.gov, may take up to 1 month to complete. Issuance Date: July 19, 2017 Program Contact: Dina Joy Lieser, MD, FAAP Senior Advisor, Division of Home Visiting and Early Childhood Systems Telephone: (240) 463-7726 Fax: (301) 443-8919 Email: dlieser@hrsa.gov Authority: Social Security Act, Title V, § 501(a)(2)(42 U.S.C. § 701(a)(2)), as amended EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) 2017 Early Childhood Developmental Health System: Implementation in a High Need State. The purpose of this program, which is consistent with language contained in the Joint Explanatory Statement to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of FY 2017, is to fund a study focused on improving child health through a statewide system of early childhood developmental screenings and interventions. This includes improving population level early childhood developmental health outcomes in a state with significant risk factors for poor child health status such as high rates of poverty among children under age 5, high rates of low birthweight infants, and low rates of early childhood developmental screenings. This goal will be achieved through the implementation of a high quality statewide early childhood developmental health system, an evaluative study on best practices, polices and innovations that can serve as a model for other states with high needs, and the development and utilization of an early childhood cross-systems workforce program. Goals:  By 2020, 60 percent of the state’s children and families will experience all elements of the quality developmental promotion system, including developmental screening as measured by the National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH).  By 2020, 50 percent of the state’s early childhood providers demonstrate improved practices around developmental health promotion.  By 2020, there will be a 30 percent increase in the number of families in the state engaged in daily talking/reading/singing to their birth to 3-year-old children as measured by the NSCH.  By 2020, 80 percent of all children in the state between the ages of birth to 5 years (up to 71 months) who received a developmental screen and were found to have some level of developmental delay receive the recommended follow-up interventions/treatment. The expected program activities are: 1) Study the developmental health challenges of children in a state with high rates of key indicators, i.e., child poverty and low birthweight, which have been associated with poor developmental outcomes among children. 2) Identify, implement, and evaluate evidence-based interventions at both the community and family levels based on the identified needs and gaps of the state’s children. 3) Develop a statewide partnership among academia, medicine, public health, education, Medicaid, health care, health policy, and communities to improve children’s developmental health. 4) Develop a vision, common aims, shared metrics and measurement HRSA-17-125 i systems, in alignment and coordination across systems utilizing a collective impact approach, to drive improvement of early childhood developmental health promotion systems at the state and community levels. 5) Establish an early childhood development cross-systems workforce program, including the establishment of core child developmental health competencies, improved provider practices, and the development of leadership to support a quality child developmental health system. 6) Identify best practices, and intensive technical assistance from national, state and local early childhood systems experts, develop infrastructure at the state and community levels to serve as a model for achieving optimal developmental health outcomes in high need states through research. 7) Develop a statewide early childhood developmental health promotion system (elements of system defined in section 1) committed to: a. Ensuring that all children in the state experience developmental promotion starting prenatally. b. Improving parent/child interactions. c. Ensuring all children receive age appropriate developmental screens and appropriate interventions. d. Improving health outcomes for all children in the state. e. Ensuring that all children and families thrive and realize their potential. Any public or private entity, including an Indian tribe or tribal organization, is eligible to apply (42 CFR § 51a.3(a)). Consistent with language contained in the Joint Explanatory Statement to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of FY 2017, HRSA expects to fund this project in a state with high need as defined by a high percentage of children under 5 years of age living in poverty, a high rate of infants born low birthweight, and a low rate of developmental screening among children ages 10 months to 5 years (up to 71 months) based on federal data sources. Accordingly, in order to be considered for funding, you must submit documentation of need with the application by including a High Need Status statement in Attachment 1 of the application. Instructions for completing this attachment are provided in the Program Narrative Needs Assessment instructions provided below and in Appendix B to this NOFO. If you do not provide the High Need Status statement in Attachment 1, the application will be deemed incomplete and will not be sent to objective review. See Appendix A: Glossary of Terms for key definitions. HRSA-17-125 ii Funding Opportunity Title: Early Childhood Developmental Health System: Implementation in a High Need State Funding Opportunity Number: Due Date for Applications: Anticipated Total Annual Available FY 2017 Funding: Estimated Number and Type of Award(s): Estimated Award Amount: HRSA-17-125 August 18, 2017 Up to $3,500,000 Up to 1 cooperative agreement Up to $3,500,000 per year (pending availability of funding) No September 30, 2017 through September 29, 2020 (3 years) Any public or private entity, including an Indian tribe or tribal organization, is eligible to apply (42 CFR § 51a.3(a)). Cost Sharing/Match Required: Project Period/Period of Performance: Eligible Applicants: MCHB plans to award a single, competitive cooperative agreement: Up to $3,500,000 per year for 3 years (pending availability of funding) to support this work. See Section III-1 of this notice of funding opportunity (NOFO), formerly known as the funding opportunity announcement (FOA), for complete eligibility information. Application Guide You (the applicant organization/agency) are responsible for reading and complying with the instructions included in HRSA’s SF-424 Application Guide, available online at http://www.hrsa.gov/grants/apply/applicationguide/sf424guide.pdf, except where instructed in this NOFO to do otherwise. A short video explaining the Application Guide is available at http://www.hrsa.gov/grants/apply/applicationguide/. HRSA-17-125 iii Technical Assistance The following technical assistance webinar has been scheduled: Webinar Day and Date: Wednesday, July 26, 2017 Time: 4-5 p.m. ET Conference Number: 1-888-455-3618 Participant Passcode: 3403232 Weblink: https://hrsa.connectsolutions.com/high_need_state/ Playback Number: 1-866-396-7645 Passcode: 9457 HRSA-17-125 iv Table of Contents I. PROGRAM FUNDING OPPORTUNITY DESCRIPTION ........................................... 1 1. PURPOSE ................................................................................................................ 1 1. BACKGROUND ......................................................................................................... 4 II. AWARD INFORMATION .......................................................................................... 6 1. TYPE OF APPLICATION AND AWARD .......................................................................... 6 2. SUMMARY OF FUNDING ............................................................................................ 7 III. ELIGIBILITY INFORMATION .................................................................................. 7 1. ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS ............................................................................................. 7 2. COST SHARING/MATCHING....................................................................................... 7 3. OTHER.................................................................................................................... 7 IV. APPLICATION AND SUBMISSION INFORMATION .............................................. 8 1. ADDRESS TO REQUEST APPLICATION PACKAGE ........................................................ 8 2. CONTENT AND FORM OF APPLICATION SUBMISSION ................................................... 8 i. Project Abstract ........................................................................................... 9 ii. Project Narrative .......................................................................................... 9 iii. Budget ......................................................................................................... 17 iv. Budget Narrative ........................................................................................ 18 v. Program-Specific Forms............................................................................ 18 vi. Attachments ............................................................................................... 18 3. DUN AND BRADSTREET DATA UNIVERSAL NUMBERING SYSTEM (DUNS) NUMBER AND SYSTEM FOR AWARD MANAGEMENT............................................................................ 19 4. SUBMISSION DATES AND TIMES .............................................................................. 20 5. INTERGOVERNMENTAL REVIEW ............................................................................... 20 6. FUNDING RESTRICTIONS ........................................................................................ 20 V. APPLICATION REVIEW INFORMATION .............................................................. 21 1. 2. 3. 4. REVIEW CRITERIA .................................................................................................. 21 REVIEW AND SELECTION PROCESS ......................................................................... 28 ASSESSMENT OF RISK AND OTHER PRE-AWARD ACTIVITIES..................................... 28 ANTICIPATED ANNOUNCEMENT AND AWARD DATES ................................................. 29 VI. AWARD ADMINISTRATION INFORMATION ....................................................... 29 1. AWARD NOTICES ................................................................................................... 29 2. ADMINISTRATIVE AND NATIONAL POLICY REQUIREMENTS ......................................... 29 3. REPORTING ........................................................................................................... 30 VII. AGENCY CONTACTS .......................................................................................... 32 VIII. OTHER INFORMATION ...................................................................................... 33 IX. TIPS FOR WRITING A STRONG APPLICATION ................................................. 33 APPENDIX A: GLOSSARY OF TERMS ..................................................................... 34 APPENDIX B: HIGH NEED STATUS STATEMENT .................................................. 39 HRSA-17-125 v I. Program Funding Opportunity Description 1. Purpose The Health Resources and Services Administration (HRSA), Maternal and Child Health Bureau (MCHB) is accepting applications for fiscal year (FY) 2017 Early Childhood Developmental Health System: Implementation in a High Need State. The purpose of this program, which is consistent with language contained in the Joint Explanatory Statement to the Consolidated Appropriations Act of FY 2017, is to fund a study focused on improving child health through a statewide system of early childhood developmental screenings and interventions. This includes improving population level early childhood developmental health outcomes in a state with significant risk factors for poor child health status such as high rates of poverty among children under age 5, high rates of low birthweight infants, and low rates of early childhood developmental screenings. This goal will be achieved through the implementation of a high quality statewide early childhood developmental health system, an evaluative study on best practices, polices and innovations that can serve as a model for other states with high needs, and the development and utilization of an early childhood cross-systems workforce program. Goals:  By 2020, 60 percent of the state’s children and families will experience all elements of the quality developmental promotion system, including developmental screening as measured by the National Survey of Children’s Health (NSCH).  By 2020, 50 percent of early childhood providers demonstrate improved practices around developmental health promotion.  By 2020, there will be a 30 percent increase in the number of families engaged in daily talking/reading singing to their birth to 3-year-old children as measured by the NSCH.  By 2020, 80 percent of all children in the state between the ages of birth to 5 years (up to 71 months) who received a developmental screen and were found to have some level of developmental delay receive the recommended follow-up interventions/treatment. Expected Program Activities: Study the Developmental Health Challenges of the State’s Children In order to create a statewide early childhood comprehensive system, the recipient will need to study the: • Developmental health challenges of the state’s children, including behavioral, economic, social factors and health disparities. • Characteristics of the children and their families most at risk for negative developmental outcomes (e.g., high poverty, particular regions, ethnicities, prevalent adverse childhood experiences). • Potential gaps in child health, developmental and educational practices and systems, and family supports across early childhood systems. HRSA-17-125 1 • • • Current strengths, initiatives and opportunities in the state to address children’s developmental health at state and local levels. Children’s access to and continuity of care across health care, public health, social support, behavioral health, and educational systems. Disparities and risk factors (i.e., poverty, low birth weight, low rates of developmental screening) that exist that compromise children’s developmental health in the state and in communities. Identify Evidence-based Interventions to Optimize Child Development Based on the identified needs, opportunities and gaps of the state’s children, and the status of the early childhood system, the recipient will identif ...
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List the problem and possible generalized population.
Problem: The program seeks to fund a study focused on improvement of child health
through a statewide system of ECD Development screening and intervention
Generalized population: Children age...

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