Executive Summary of Evaluation Plan

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Executive Summary of Evaluation Plan
The
Greenlawn
Counseling Center for the Visually Impaired is dedicated to achieving its mission of assisting its visually impaired clients towards better academic outcomes.
Greenlawn’s
purpose is to craft specific plans for incoming visually impaired clients to address any and all deficits that might be holding them back from academic achievement. The following hypotheses were made about
Greenlawn
:
Clients became more competent at self-care, schoolwork, and relationships after attending
Greenlawn
.
Employees enjoy working at
Greenlawn
, find their colleagues competent, and firmly believe that the organization in successful in helping visually impaired people to improve self-care, educational, and...
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