Outcomes & Measures

Our purpose is to provide loving care with therapuetic intervention, because we believe “it is better to build a child than to repair an adult.” The Ranches create and/or support an array of services which guarantees no child will be left behind in Arkansas and to provide our children the birthright of every child – the right to health care, educational opportunities, a safe home, and a loving environment with people who care for/about them.

Outcome 1
Values Medical Maintanence and Preventive Care

Measure
All children are given a Pre test/Post test Evaluation on developmental assets. Ongoing regular meetings are held to determine the active case plan/treatment plan for each child. The case plan records the progress in various life areas or noted by the participant as well as staff, education personnel, community partners, and volunteers. The plan shows progress towards (or away from) in each of the goals identified for a particular participant.

1. actively participates in regular medical, dental, vision, and mental health services

2. takes responsibility for planning for future participation in their services

Outcome 2
Achieved Educational Goals and/or Educational Potential

Measure
All children are given a Pre test/Post test Evaluation on developmental assets. Ongoing regular meetings are held to determine the active case plan/treatment plan for each child. The case plan records the progress in various life areas or noted by the participant as well as staff, education personnel, community partners, and volunteers. The plan shows progress towards (or away from) in each of the goals identified for a particular participant.

1. Daily attendance in public school

2. actively participates in ASYR tutorial program

3. completes high school

4. creates a postsecondary education plan (college, trade school, job training, etc.)

5. follows through with post secondary education plan

Outcome 3
Socially Competent

Measure
All children are given a Pre test/Post test Evaluation on developmental assets. Ongoing regular meetings are held to determine the active case plan/treatment plan for each child. The case plan records the progress in various life areas or noted by the participant as well as staff, education personnel, community partners, and volunteers. The plan shows progress towards (or away from) in each of the goals identified for a particular participant.