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Chapter 8 Notes

91. Quoted in Scriven, Evaluation Thesaurus, n.p.
92. Craig Dreeszen, “Program Evaluation: Measuring Results,” in Fundamentals of Arts Management, 254.
94. Dreeszen, “Program Evaluation,” 258.
96. Dreeszen, “Program Evaluation,” 260.
97. Golden, with Perlstein, Legacy Works, 47.
98. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook, 71.
99. Betsy M. Dorsett, “Program Evaluation: How to Focus Your Evaluation Using Quantitative and Qualitative Methods,” Issue Brief 2, Live Well, Live Long: Health Promotion and Disease Prevention for Older Adults (San Francisco: American Society on Aging, 2006),
100. Bittman and others, “Testing the Power of Music-Making.”
101. Kellogg Foundation Evaluation Handbook, 80–81.
102. Golden, with Perlstein, Legacy Works, 47.
103. Dreeszen, “Program Evaluation,” 278–9.
105. Jennifer M. Kinney and Clarissa A. Rentz, “Observed Well-Being among Individuals with Dementia: Memories in the Making©, An Art Program, versus Other Structured Activity,” American Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease and Other Dementias 20, no. 4 (2005): 220–27.
106. Basting and Killick, Arts and Dementia Care, 26–28.


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Appendix 7: Evaluation Tools

Memories in the Making Evaluation Instrument

New Horizons Music Evaluation Form

Empowerment Group Care Partner Survey

Empowerment Group Survey: Initial

Empowerment Group Survey: Six Months

How to Measure an Objective