Sharing Progress and Learning From Each Other
The team can share progress on the action plan using the same strategies that were created to increase visibility. Item 31 asks the team to share data related to the action plan and to tell stories of success so that everyone can celebrate. Think about the ways the team can use data summarized during meetings to share with families, guardians, case managers, staff members, and the community.
Summaries of progress on the action plan can be shared in newsletters, on the organization’s website, in emails, or during meetings or community events. Ask people to share their thoughts and ideas on progress. Teams can send out surveys to different people and then share the results with everyone. Dedicating some time during special events or in everyday conversations can be an easy way for teams to share information.
Please use the MN Team Checklist and the HCBS Planning Tool to complete the activity.
Minnesota Team Checklist. Item number 31 in the Evaluation section. Data are summarized and shared with people using services, their families, guardians, staff, case managers, and community members.
Score the checklist: 0 – planning not yet started, 1 – in progress, or 2 – fully in place.
MN Team Checklist Item 31: Data are summarized and shared with people using services, their families, guardians, staff, case managers, and community members.
How does your team summarize the data used to monitor progress? How will you share the data with others?
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