IT MATTERS TO ME: INFORMING YOUTH SERVICES DELIVERY 29 the project details, and I ensured that I received consent from each participant. Survey respondents were informed in the survey preamble that submitting their answers constituted informed consent (Appendix D), and focus group participants signed a consent form prior to commencing the focus group (Appendix H). I considered the physical, mental, spiritual, economical, and social impact of those who participated in this ELP. I tested my research tools and processes on my staff of youth practitioners as a way to mitigate issues of harm. This ELP was justice informed by encouraging a fair and equitable process. The Tri-Council’s (2014, p. 6) core issues of respect for persons, concern for welfare, and justice were considered throughout this ELP. Summary In this section, a discussion of the engaged approach, implementation, and how I translated the ELP knowledge to the community of Surrey on providing a system for improving the service delivery for Surrey young people were presented. I considered the core principles of the Tri- Council’s (2014) policy statement. The findings, conclusions, and limitations of this study are presented in section five.
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