Learning & Change: Using Tracked Metrics & Quantifiable Data at Aunt Leah’s Place

The above document describes what Aunt Leah’s Place has learned about its programs over the past few years by reflecting on tracked metrics (such as outputs and/or outcomes) and other quantified data. The following discussion explains about trends seen in the number of people accessing each of Aunt Leah’s core program areas after intake, specific programs where the need/demand is higher than anticipated, plus others lessons learned from tracked and quantified data. The hope is that through this learning, Aunt Leah’s programs and activities are adjusted to better meet the needs of the youth and families we help.

This document also describes the tangible changes made to Aunt Leah’s programs and activities based on what it has learned from its program data. This section describes new programs/services, and modifications to existing programs, based on developmental and iterative learning, third-party program evaluations and evidence-based literature reviews.