ASR is pleased to introduce our new look featuring not only a new logo but an entire visual identity system as well!
ASR is the evaluator of the Thrive by Three (TBT) Fund, an initiative launched by the County of Santa Cruz in 2017 to improve outcomes for the county’s youngest and most vulnerable children, prenatal through age 3, as well as their families.
In partnership with First 5 Sacramento, earlier this year ASR analyzed the impact of transition summer camps on school readiness outcomes and found several key takeaways including that camps are serving those children with greater readiness needs than peers and that caregivers exposed to the program showed greater engagement levels in kindergarten preparation activities such as attending a parent orientation.
The Solano County Health Promotion & Community Wellness Bureau commissioned ASR in spring of 2018 to conduct an oral health needs assessment in Solano County. This assessment will inform the county's action plan to improve oral health outcomes for its residents.
This blog post picks up from last week’s covering Homeless Point-In-Time Counts. As impactful as the federally required data for the Point-in-Time Count can be, many communities choose to identify additional factors affecting their neighbors experiencing homelessness. As planning for the 2019 Point-in-Time Count begins, ASR recommends the following tips to help communities prepare their survey materials.