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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.
93. www.asaging.org/cdc/module1/phase5/index.cfm.
94. Dreeszen, “Program Evaluation,” 258.
95. www.asaging.org/cdc/module1/phase5/index.cfm.
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), http://www.asaging.org/CDC/issue_briefs.cfm.
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.
104. www.minimental.com.
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