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EVALUATING STRUCTURED FLEXIBILITY – 5 QUICK TIPS 

Evaluating the use of Structured Flexibility – with participants, staff, and for the program itself – will help everyone think through the process, from planning and setting goals to finding one’s creative flexibility and their inclusive mindset when unexpected changes happen.  

  1. When evaluating the success of Structured Flexibility, revisit all goals set – individual, group and program – before the program began.

  2. Acknowledge and assess changes made in the moment as well as long term modifications.

  3. Engage thoughtfully with parents and other members of your participant’s support team (coach, therapist, etc), when collecting evaluation data, and assessing challenges and successes.

  4. Whether a program experienced major or minor changes, it’s key to assess how Structured Flexibility influenced goal setting and adaptation to changes.

  5. Enhance your evaluation and data collection through personal observations, insight from other staff members and interviews with participants and their families.