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Another partnership during the past two years is with the Alzheimer's Disease and Related Disorders Association (ADRDA) . C 48 PY'88 SCP NEW PROJECT GRANTS REVIEW S8EET APPLICANT: CITY: STATE : REVIEWING OFFICE: STATE REGION HEADQUARTERS BUDGET INFORMATION : FEDERAL SHARE NON-FEDERAL Sh ARL VSVs BLDo El ID Cnec K Ei Tipnasis Area of tre Appl icants Acute Care Respite Caie Homebound General Mental Health Substance Abuse Care of Terminally 111 Vision Impaired Alzheimer's 49 -l- EXCEL GOOD FAIR Iv^Ars A. Exclusive project focus on service to the homebound elderly. Project located in areas with ( ) ( ) ( ), ( ) concentrations of the homebounc 3 elaerly . Project applications contain a ( ) ()()() minimum of two volunteer stations that coniorn to empnasis area categories. SCP Regulation Compliance L The Service Area is manageaole () Council. Plans to conauct recogni- tion cer emon l es are aescribea ana scneduied.The partership has tesulted in two-year component funding for 9 SCP's with a total of 45 volunteer service years annually. from the senior citizens throughout my dis- trict, because the Federal flow-through monies that come through— we have an agency on the aged in the State of Illinois and then we have regional agencies which administer the state pro- grams By the time the money gets to the local level, about 33 per- cent of it goes to administration.In the last reauthorization, the Senate put in a provision for per- mitting non-low-income people to serve as Foster Grandparents and Senior Companions in a non-stipended capacity, while receiving re- imbursement for expenses. How many were participating before this provision was put into the law? They also include low-income volun- teer husbands and wives who are able to serve in the same project with one in non-stipended statue and the other in a stipended status. They can only use locally generated funds to support these volunteer? There has been some ambiguity, and I think this has resulted in the lowering of numbers. Would that be an acceptable way of perhaps addressing that? In terms of administrative support compared to program dollars, at ACTION we have found that the ideal ratio is 20 percent for program administration to 80 percent program dollars within Fed- erally appropriated funds.In conference, we agreed that the funds for reimbursement had to come from non-federal sources. Currently, there are 82 non-stipended volunteers performing services under this provision. There is a provision requiring that any person in the community who does not meet the low income levek, who is interested in serv- ing with a child or with an elderly person, must be referred to the 9 ERLC 24 21 local RSVP project first and where that project can place such an individual in those kinds of settings, that is the preferred method. Currently we are underfunded in the program administration area.What I have tried to do is entertain all of you who read my stories.Perhaps I have succeeded with most, or all that I have released.

Superintendent of Documents, Congressional Sales Office, U. ^Federal Legislation; ^Federal Programs; Hearings; Needs; *01der Adults; ^Program Effectiveness; Public Service; ^Voluntary Agencies; ^Volunteers Congress 101st; *01der American Volunteer Programs; Reauthorization Legislation ABSTRACT This document is a transcript of oral and written testimony given by persons testifying about the Older American Volunteer Programs as reauthorization legislation is being considered. [The information follows:] ERLC 26 Agency Organization Structure Director"* Deputy Director"* _c Management & Budget Administrative Services Policy & Research"* Personnel Management Planning, Budget, & Management Accounting & Financial Mgmt. L Public Affairs* Equal Opportunity p 1 Legislative Affairs* i General Counsel" • Inspector General er Jc oc. [The information follows:] ERIC Proposed Agency Organization Structure , — 1 1 l 1 t *n , f , | S«„*,.c* *-b-i A««.. ACTION must concur on selection o J I 5^ ct0r When the Pr °J ect Director is nominated, forward the resume to the ACTION State Office.

HEARING ON THE REAUTHORIZATION OF THE OLDER AMERICAN VOLUNTEER PROGRAMS er of local projects in FY 1988. When 1 came aboard four years ago, we had 511 full-time equiva- lent (FTE) positions in the agency. In my area, Western Iowa and North Central Iowa, there are two; one in Sioux City and Estherville. This was a real concern of mine when I came aboard the agency. We certainly would because one of the impedi- ments we have had with the limited support budget has been the inability of the staff to travel. funded period Second, outline on a quarterlv basis the interim achievements to be attained or exceeded in order to assure that cacn goal will be met The Project Work Plan should be a twelve month plan for all of thk.

Forty-four new projects with 1,800 volunteer service years were established. Non-ACTION resources equaled 46% of the ACTION funding. During FY 87 we conducted a management assessment of what would be the required number of full-time equivalents to support the agency's programs at that time and it was 448 full-time equivalents. Are there any barriers which rural areas face at this time in ap- plying for these kinds of Federal funds that you know of? Every time we have gone out with announce- ments of new funds for programs, we nave given special attention to the needs of rural areas. We know that, accord- ing to the 1980 census for the population 60 years and over, 74 per- cent are living in urban areas and 26 percent in rural areas. Transportation is probably the paramount cost, and we do factor this in when we are providing new monies or augmentation grants so that the rural communities are able to have the resources they need to carry out the programs. I am curious if in increasing your administrative budget we are in a sense increasing the option for outreach to these rural areas as well? They have only been able to conduct one monitoring visit for 50 percent of our projects. project activities below required bv program guidelines Other activities m3 be outlined in the same manner to serve as a management guide, and for measuring progress The format on the following page 15 to be used in preparing the Project Work Plan, Attach as many reproduced copies as necessary to fully convev the goals and objectives Begin by enter- ing Goal $\ in column A, and then enter in column B the date when the goal will be accom plashed Return to column A and list your objectives, and in column B, the dates w hen the objec- tives will be completed, usually at quarterl intervals throughout the twelve month period begin- ning with the project funding start date GOAL K\ Volunteer Assignments — Plan a vanetj of volunteer assignments which are mean- ingful to the volunteers and which will address basic human needs of the communitv through specific volunteer stations Basic objectives would be to fa) contact a given numbei of potential volunteer stations, (b) explain the program concept and their obligation;.

Through the Sheltering Arms SCP, caregiving is directed to a 66-year-old woman who has suffered from Alzheimer's disease for five years. We have had to cancel the training that we were giving our project directors this year, and the required monitoring visits that we are mandated to perform to carry out our oversight responsibil- ities of one site visit per project per year are not being accom- plished. In terms of the support that you can offer, are we talking about offering support to communities that are applying for these grants— in other words, technical distance to communities ERLC 23 that otherwise would not be able to compete for some of these grants? The objtctivcs relutm_, to tht numbei of voluntici houis to u» geneiated in eath of the eu'il basic human nee J categories should be shown RS\ P onlv t?

The volunteer assists with feeding, and dressing and provides companionship. We were c lly able to perform 48 percent of those site visits last year and are hoping this year to improve that, but in order to do so we will have to take scarce resources from other areas. p „ik ij as pre Retirement Seminars rnav also be included ERIC 46 GOAL #3 Project Advisory Council — The evolvement of a represent atn e and well-developed Ad visorv Council must be one goal of the project.