1. CHOOSE TO MOVE SCALE-OUT
We adapt CTM so that it can be implemented by different community organizations (delivery partners) in 16 rural and remote communities across BC. We also focus on the needs of low income older adults living in Vancouver. With delivery partners, we are monitoring changes to CTM that enable a “best fit” for different communities across BC.The team is guided by the Framework for Successful Implementation.
The project’s specific research objectives are to:
1. Describe implementation strategies that support CTM at scale-out.
2. Describe how CTM is adapted for scale-out.
3. Assess the impact of CTM on older adults’ physical activity, mobility, social connectedness, and loneliness.
2. Choose to Move - Spread and Scale of Existing Community-Based Primary Healthcare and eHealth Innovations
We will adapt and develop a plan to equitably scale-up Choose to Move to meet the needs of older adults in receipt of home and community care services.
In this adaptation of Choose to Move, we focus more directly on equity, diversity, and inclusion as we seek to adapt our recruitment approach, our intervention, and implementation strategies to reach marginalized older adults, those in receipt of home and community care services.
By adapting Choose to Move to this new population and setting, we aim to equitably reach and serve the needs of this marginalized population.