Design a model program or service, which is needed to improve the lives of your chosen population within your community. Remember to design a new program not currently existent within your community. In your design, include the following:
1.A description of the continuum of care level (preventive, treatment, or long-term care) your program or service fall into and how it meets the needs of your selected group.
2.An analysis of the delivery modes of health services to be included.
3.A discussion regarding the multidisciplinary approach that is incorporated into the program.
4.An analysis of the role of legal and ethical requirements in the design of the program.
5.Identification of a minimum of two community agencies/organizations you would like to partner with in some way(s) in order to implement this program/service. Explain why you would like to partner with these organizations and how can they help or benefit you with the implementation of your program/service.
6.Analysis of the current funding sources for provision of health services to this special population. Discuss the use of integrated funding. Based on your research, identify a minimum of two funding sources that may potentially provide monetary sponsorship for your program or service. Explain why these entities would be likely funding sources.
Be detailed and convincing in describing the above elements, as you are attempting to win as much support from the attending members as possible.
For your presentation, you may choose between the following formats:
1.An APA formatted Final Paper
2.A PowerPoint Presentation.
Creating the PowerPoint Presentation
1.Must be 18 to 20 slides, excluding title and reference slides.
2.Must include a title slide with the following:
a.Title of presentation
c.Course name and number
3.Must use at least six scholarly sources, not including the textbook.
4.Must document all sources in APA style, as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
5.Must include a separate reference slide, formatted according to APA style as outlined in the Ashford Writing Center.
6.Must include detailed speaker notes for each slide.
7.Must be creative, using images and charts. Remember to cite all images taken from an online resource. Creative Commons and Flickr are great websites for open source images.
For tips on creating an excellent presentation, read the following overview.