Participation and Engagement Issues in Social Welfare Interventions

Member: Kristen S. Slack
(University of Wisconsin - Madison)
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This presentation was developed for a collaborative of voluntary social welfare interventions that were struggling to achieve reasonable participation and engagement rates.  It was intended to generate discussion about the activities that each program had in place to encourage different levels of access.  The "Access Pyramid" is the focal point of the presentation, but several definitions and models of participation and engagement are presented, as well.

Last Revised Date 
Wed, 08/14/2019 - 14:10
Keywords / Tags 
program access
program engagement
program participation
Type of resource 
Resource Institution 
University of Wisconsin - Madison
Institution Type 
4 or 4+ year College/University
Recommended Citation 

Slack, K.S. (2017).  Confronting Participation and Engagement Issues in Social Welfare Interventions.  Madison, WI:  School of Social Work.