September 29, 2014 at 9am to September 30, 2014 at 3pm
DEVELOPMENT, EDUCATION, ENVIRONMENT, HEALTH CARE, PUBLIC SAFETYAbout the Speaker: Beverly SanticolaHOW TO FIND GRANTS26 Federal Agencies900 Grant Programs114 Websites to Research2,000 Technology GrantsWeekly Grants NoticesLeveraging New ResourcesEarned IncomeHOW TO WRITE GRANTSKey ComponentsProblem StatementsGoals & ObjectivesProgramWorkPlansBudget JustificationsSustainability PlansEvaluation Logic ModelsHOW TO WIN GRANTS4…See More
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Health Tech Isn’t Just for Hospitals: Telehealth in Community Settings
We’ve heard the alarming news about the nursing shortage, and we know many seniors and others with chronic healthcare challenges receive care in their homes. In the days of evidence-based practice, how do community health providers compare? And, perhaps more importantly, why should you care?
We read a recent article on how home healthcare providers are using video teleconferencing to…
In previous posts, we’ve talked about using operating, program, and capital grants to fund your technology needs. But there is another option (isn't that always the case). Have you considered using research or evaluation grants?
The following two case studies illustrate how you can get the tech funding you need AND secure more support for your programs.
Case Study #1: Evaluation of a Children’s Overweight/Obesity Program at School
Technology in the classroom has been a hot topic among educators for a number of years now. Some of the technologies being deployed in the classroom include computer workstations, laptops, tablets (including iPads), iPods, videoconferencing technologies, wireless Internet, SmartBoards, robotics and more. Though not a technology per se, educators are also increasingly integrating social media into their classrooms.
In my opinion, ten years ago it was fairly easy to write a grant…