Project Evaluation

Evaluation Update
September 2019 – October 2021

In March 2022, we published an evaluation report/update to present our progress since our project launch in September 2019. In this evaluation update, we reported on data collected between September 2019 and October 2021 when our Collaborating Organizations submitted their latest reporting documents. During this period, we had three Collaborating Organizations (Alzheimer Society of Saskatchewan, SaskAbilites, City of Yorkton) actively providing services and programs in the region (Yorkton and surrounding rural communities). In this report, we presented our achievements and impacts at four levels: impacts at the individual level, organizational or system level, community level, and policy level.

The Evaluation Update was completed in January 2022. Read the full report: here

Logic Model

The report also presented our project Logic Model as well as our co-designed shared measurement system. Our co-designed logic model, a visual tool that tells the story of change, illustrates what inputs (i.e. resources) are being used and what activities are derived from those inputs. It outlines the outputs of each activity and illustrates the outcomes (short-term and intermediate) resulting from those activities. Finally, it outlines the long-term outcomes (i.e. impact) that our project is aiming to achieve. The logic model is revised as new Collaborating Organizations join the project.

Assets Map

Lastly, this evaluation report presented our project initial assets map. We have been working with our Collaborating Organizations to co-design an assets map that includes six categories of assets including: people/individual, economic/business, associations or social networks, physical, institutional, and cultural assets. Similar to network map, we will revise and re-design this assets map once a year following consultation with our Collaborating Organizations as they tap into new community assets.