Sanando Alas Outcome Objectives Report
Year of Service: August 2017 - June 2018
Summary on the Project
Sanando Alas provides a comprehensive, multidisciplinary set of psychosocial services to girls and teens ages six to seventeen victims of abuse, abandonment and/or neglect. These services include, individual and group psychosocial therapies, formation sessions on conflict resolution, managing emotions and relationships,among others and case work assistance. Also, a nutritionist creates personal nutrition plans for residents in need, our nurse/health educator provides primary health care prevention services and primary health care awareness workshops and our recreational therapist provides important exercise and recreational therapies as an integral dimension of wellbeing.
Objectives and Progress Indicators
1. Improve self-esteem and overall sense of wellness.
a. Clients in the 6 to 12 age bracket, demonstrated a 19% increase in self-esteem.
b. Clients in the 13 to 18 age bracket demonstrated a 12% increase in self-esteem.
2. Increase knowledge related to conflict resolution, and emotional intelligence by 15%.
As a group, residents demonstrated a 41% increase in knowledge related to social skills and emotional management.
3. Increase knowledge related to healthy nutrition, eating habits and disorders by 10%.
As a group, residents demonstrated a 38% increase in knowledge related to healthy nutrition, eating habits and disorders.
4. 100% receive health screenings.
As a group, 100% of residents were provided with full physical health screenings.
5: Increase knowledge related to health awareness and healthy lifestyles by 15%.
As a group, residents demonstrated a 43% increase in knowledge related to health awareness and healthy lifestyles.
6. Increase knowledge and practice related to exercising and physical fitness by 10%
As a group. 92% of residents increased muscle tone and reduced at least 5 percent of body fat.
Project staff came together to form a real and practicing multidisciplinary team. This team approach not only had a direct impact on the providers themselves (a more focused and deliberate, evidence-based approach) but, even more important, it made our clients feel they were important enough to draw so much individual attention and services. As individual clients felt more personalized love and care they turned the same attention to their co-residents fomenting a living atmosphere characterized by greater harmony and group/family identity. tegies. The organization grew and matured as well because there were lessons to learn and wining practices to keep. Administration and development staff came together in meetings with the psycho-social team to evaluate project progress metrics and implementation strategies to benefit clients, staff, providers, benefactors and the community. Implementing Sanando Alas served to further strengthen organizational planning, sustainability and development strategies.