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The Village Model: An Overview. Andrew Scharlach, PhD Center for the Advanced Studies of Aging Services School of Social Welfare University of California, Berkeley April 26, 2011. What is a “Village”?.

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the village model an overview

The Village Model: An Overview

Andrew Scharlach, PhD

Center for the Advanced Studies of Aging Services

School of Social Welfare

University of California, Berkeley

April 26, 2011

what is a village
What is a “Village”?

“Villages are self-governing, grassroots, community-based organizations, developed with the sole purpose of enabling people to remain in their own homes and communities as they age.”

[from Village-to-Village Network website]

characteristics of a village
Characteristics of a “Village”

Membership organization

Self-governing

Geographically-defined

Provides or arranges services

Goal = aging in place

what can villages do
What Can Villages Do?
  • Improve Service Access
    • Meet needs
    • Improve ability to access needed services
    • Reduce cost of services
  • Build Community
    • Social engagement
    • Social support
  • Enhance Capacity
    • Individual functioning
      • Enhance physical and psychosocial well-being
      • Reduce likelihood of relocation
    • Service delivery system
      • Availability, accessibility, affordability, appropriateness
examples of village models
Examples of Village Models
  • Service access
    • Front Desk Florence
  • Service brokerage
    • Beacon Hill Village
  • “Volunteer first”
    • Capitol Hill Village
  • Peer support
    • Fierce Independent Elders
  • Membership-based case management
    • ElderHelp of San Diego
2010 village demographic survey findings membership dues
2010 Village Demographic SurveyFindings: Membership & Dues
  • Nearly all Villages offer options for both individual or household membership
  • 51% of memberships are individual memberships
  • 43% are household memberships
  • Average annual individual dues = approx $430
  • Average annual household dues = approx $600
2010 village demographic survey findings discounted memberships
2010 Village Demographic SurveyFindings: Discounted memberships
  • 60% of Villages offer discounted memberships
  • 13% of members have discounted memberships
  • Income cut-off for an individual discounted membership varies from a low of $16,000/yr to almost $55,000/yr
  • Most Villages offer services for a reduced fee to those who meet income requirements
primary source of funding
Primary Source of Funding

Gifts 40%

Fees 37%

Grants 13%

Public funds 10%

villages vs u s a comparison
Villages vs U.S. : A Comparison

(He, Sengupta, Velkoff, & DeBarros, 2005; Callis & Cavanaugh, 2010; U.S. Census Bureau, 2005)

thank you
Thank You!

Andrew Scharlach, PHD

Center for the Advanced Study of Aging Services

scharlach@berkeley.edu

510 642-3285