Specific, measurable desired changes in conditions resulting from strategies.
describes the effect of the Program on your service delivery, on your clients or on the community generally. An outcome will be a measureable change in or maintenance of the quality of life for the client resulting from the service/s provided.
Outcomes measure the longer-term changes in an area that were brought about by the activity. For example the reduction of unemployment or crime, or the increase in wealth over a set period of time. An outcome is something that follows from an action e.g. as a result of an intiative the crime rate dropped by 15%.
The end result of a development project or programme and the changes it stimulates in the community.
The desired result of the learning process.
changes effected as a result of your project (changes can occur within organizations, communities, and individuals). Outcomes must be measurable.
The results of an intervention. In positive behavioral support, desired outcomes include an improved quality of life in addition to reductions in problem behavior.
The changes, benefits, learning or other effects that happen as a result of services and activities provided by an organisation.
a specific desired result, for a specific context, that is clearly represented in all of the sensory representational systems. In order to make an outcome well-formed it must also be measurable, time coded, stated in the positive, have defined resources that are available to the client, be within the individuals control, appropriately contextualised, and checked for ecology.
The result of an act or group of actions