It Matters to Me: Informing Youth Services Delivery

IT MATTERS TO ME: INFORMING YOUTH SERVICES DELIVERY 3 The project partner and I discussed the recommendations, and we have established a strategy on translating the knowledge to key service providers including members of the Surrey White Rock Youth Integrated Services Collaborative. Knowledge will be shared through a PowerPoint presentation that includes a three-dimension design model of a Surrey YISH, based on the findings from project participants. Although f o ur recommendations came out of this project, many other ideas also surfaced, but due to project constraints I was not able to address those concepts in this paper. I have provided the encouragement for other researchers to conduct further exploration in the area of incorporating Indigenous culture, including housing, running a fine arts program, and having youth with lived experience inform and influence the delivery of youth services. My research project captured many design ideas for a Surrey YISH, but my project also experienced limitations and implications that should be taken into consideration if researchers are contemplating conducting studies using the suggestions put forward in this report. References Beckhard, R., & Harris, R. T. (2009). The change process: Why change? In W. W. Burke, D. G. Lake, & J. W. Paine (Eds.), Organization change: A comprehensive reader (pp. 687–698). San Francisco, CA: Jossey-Bass.

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