The Effectiveness Of A Program Evaluation Conducted At Lutherwood Residential Treatment Facility

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Running head: PROGRAM EVALUATION






The Effectiveness of a Program Evaluation conducted at Lutherwood Residential Treatment Facility
Aronta Bridges
Martin University








A Thesis Submitted to the Faculty of the Community Psychology Graduate Program At Martin University in Partial Fulfillment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master’s of Science Abstract

Staff satisfaction survey’s are designed to evaluate the employee’s satisfaction. This surveys can provide you with valuable insights to strengthen your organization in the areas where employees feel there are opportunities to improve. Benefits include increased employee retention, employee satisfaction and a reduction in... View More »

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Because of this, these disorders will be discussed in detail.

The terms attention deficit disorder (ADD) or attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) are used in the United States. The official term in the United Kingdom is hyperkinetic disorder. These differences in terminology can sometimes cause confusion. In both instances, these children usually have problems with attention control and being over active (Mental health matters, 2005). Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder often exhibits hyperactive an impulsive behavior that may be disruptive. Children with ADHD disorder are restless, fidgety and overactive. They continuously chatter and interrupt people. They are easily distracted and do not finish things. ADHD adolescents also are inattentive and cannot concentrate on tasks, they are impulsive, do things suddenly without thinking first. This type or behavior is common in most children. It becomes a problem when these characteristics are exaggerated, compared to other children of the same age, and when the behavior affects the child’s social and school life. It is not known exactly what causes this disorder but genetic factors seem to play a part. ADHD disorder can run in families, with boys more often than girls (Mental health matters, 2005).

Conduct Disorder is the most serious childhood psychiatric disorder, and it is the hardest disorder to live with as a sibling or parent. This disorder is a repetitive and persistent pattern of behavior in children and adolescents in which the rights of others or basic social rules are violated. The ...

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