Process Evaluation Results From an Intergenerational Physical Activity Intervention for Grandparents Raising Grandchildren.

Abstract:

BACKGROUND:Grandparents and the grandchildren they raise may experience stress related to their caregiving relationship that negatively impacts their health. Thus, there is a need to develop intergenerational health promotion interventions for these kinship families. METHODS:An 8-week intergenerational physical activity intervention for kinship families was developed and implemented. The specific goal was to understand the process of implementing the intervention. Content analysis of observational data provided an in-depth account of the intervention's process (ie, recruitment, dose delivered, dose received, fidelity, and context). RESULTS:Community and support service organizations referred more participants to the study than individual stakeholders. Most participants attended approximately 10 classes, and the grandparents were more engaged than the grandchildren during the classes. Intervention fidelity was confirmed with the fidelity checklist and observational notes. Health emerged as a barrier to participation, while the intergenerational nature of the intervention was a facilitator. Lastly, the context domain described how the grandparents' complex lives affected their ability to participate, while the dedication of the recreation staff helped the intervention to proceed efficiently. CONCLUSION:The distinct details gleaned from this study can provide guidance on how to develop and implement future intergenerational interventions.

journal_name

J Phys Act Health

authors

Young T,Sharpe C

doi

10.1123/jpah.2015-0345

subject

Has Abstract

pub_date

2016-05-01 00:00:00

pages

525-33

issue

5

eissn

1543-3080

issn

1543-5474

pii

2015-0345

journal_volume

13

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