3 edition of Goal Attainment Scaling for people with learning disabilities found in the catalog.
Goal Attainment Scaling for people with learning disabilities
|Statement||Jane Tobbell & Jan Burns.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||1 v (various pagings) :|
Goal Attainment Scaling Development of GAS goals •Developed in (Kiresuk and Sherman) to evaluate mental health problems • The National Institute of Mental Health provided funding to develop, implement, and disseminate. •Currently used to evaluate service delivery in rehabilitation, education, and medical fields. A blog for PTs, OTs, caregivers and families of people with disabilities, and of course for people with disabilities themselves. Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) is a client-centric, criterion referenced measure of progress, responsive to minimally significant changes in a specific outcome, whether it be an individual goal or a functional goal.
The Issue Is-Goal attainment scaling as a measure of meaningful oucomes for children with sensory integration disorders. AJOT, 61, Goal attainment scaling: a direct comparison of alternative rating methods. Clinical Rehabilitation, January 1, , Lannin, N (). Goal attainment scaling allows program evaluation of a home. 7Once you have developed a goal, set milestones that reflect progress towards the attainment of that goal. For example, attaining a college going rate of 44% with 10% remediation by 6/30/13 would be a milestone on the road to full goal attainment. See .
A reli ability analysis of Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) weights. American Journal of Evaluation, 30, McDougall, J. & Wright, V. (). Rehabilitation in prac tice: The ICF-CY and Goal Attainment Scaling: Benefits of their combined use for pediatric practice. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31, – McLaren, C. & Rodger, S. (). C. AD/HD with learning disability D. AD/HD combined type. D. Goal attainment scaling. D. Goal attainment scaling. D. Allow them to take the test as an open-book test. B. Allow the student to take extra breaks. YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE 29 terms. Exceptional Child Chapter 8. .
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Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Jane Tobbel. English, Book, Illustrated edition: Goal Attainment Scaling for people with learning disabilities / Jane Tobbell & Jan Burns. Tobbell, Jane. Get this edition. Glover, S, Burns, J, Stanley, B () Goal attainment scaling as a method of monitoring the progress of people with severe learning disabilities.
British Journal of Learning Disabilities, 22, – Google Scholar | CrossrefCited by: Book. Jan ; Peter Banister; with the aim of assessing the efficacy of goal attainment scaling (GAS) as a tool for setting, monitoring and evaluating goals for people with learning.
Implementation of Goal Attainment Scaling in Community Intellectual Disability Services. This paper describes a small pilot project carried out in Bradford in /92, with the aim of assessing the efficacy of goal attainment scaling (GAS) as a tool for setting, monitoring and evaluating goals for people with learning disabilities who attended a day centre.
Goal attainment scaling as a method of monitoring the progress of people with severe learning disabilities. Goal attainment scaling as an outcome measure in randomized controlled trials of psychosocial interventions in autism.
Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, 42(9), Rushton, P. and W. Miller (). "Goal attainment scaling in the rehabilitation of patients with lower-extremity amputations: a pilot study.". Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology published research on a program (Project TEAM) that teaches transition‐age young people with developmental disabilities to identify and resolve environmental barriers to participation.
The results indicated that: Individualized goal‐setting appears to support attainment of participation goals. The implementation of goal attainment scaling (GAS) in service provision seeks to improve the quality of life for people with a learning disability.
This training pack is designed for healthcare professionals who would like to implement goal attainment scaling in their service and who therefore need to improve staff training. Writing SMART rehabilitation goals and achieving Goal Attainment Scaling: A practical guide. Clinical Rehabilitation, 23(4), See abstract; McDougall, J.
& Wright, V. The ICF-CY and Goal Attainment Scaling: Benefits of their combined use for pediatric practice. Disability and Rehabilitation, 31(16), See abstract. Goal Attainment Scaling for people with learning disabilities av Jane Tobbell & Jan Burns Available from: Created: Last updated: Bibliographically approved Open Access in DiVA.
Morley D. Glicken DSW, in Evidence-Based Counseling and Psychotherapy for an Aging Population, Goal attainment scaling. Goal attainment scaling is used when the therapist and client agree on goals of treatment that are measurable and are then used to monitor progress in achieving those goals.
Goal attainment scaling is only used for observable. Goal Attainment Scaling: Prof Lynne Turner Stokes. 3 Goal attainment scaling (GAS) What is GAS. GAS is a method of scoring the extent to which patient‟s individual goals are achieved in the course of intervention.
In effect, each patient has their own outcome measure but this is scored in a standardised way as to allow statistical analysis. Goal attainment scaling is a mathematical technique for quantifying the achievement (or otherwise) of goals set, and it can be used in rehabilitation.
Disability Assessment Scale pain. Goal Attainment Scaling in Adult Neurorehabilitation. Stephen Ashford and Lynne Turner-Stokes. Goal Attainment Scaling in Paediatric Rehabilitation. Duco Steenbeek, Jan Willem Gorter, Marjolijn Ketelaar, Krys Galama and Eline Lindeman.
Applying the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health to Rehabilitation Goal Setting. Goal attainment scaling is becoming an increasingly popular technique for evaluating the functional goal attainment of children receiving pediatric therapy services.
This article reports on the experiences of the authors in conducting formal program evaluations using this individualized measurement approach. Goal attainment scaling is described, its utility is.
Goal attainment scaling is a method for evaluating the attainment of goals. Originally goal attainment scaling was developed simply as an outcome mea-sure but the process may also be in itself a ther-apeutic intervention and a useful tool in case management.8 Goal attainment scaling is particularly depen-dent on defining goals that are measurable,7.
Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) >> 2 the attainment of goals/objectives for people with varying levels of disability and support needs • Aset of unique goals/objectives and range of criteria are established. 5. Training in Goal Attainment Scaling 6. Implementing Goal Attainment Scaling 7. Historical Perspective 8.
Conceptual Background 9. Psychometric Issues Reliability of Goal Attainment Scores Perspectives on Validity Thus, the book is useful for those who are beginners in addition to those who wish the employ GAS for advanced research Reviews: 2.
Goal attainment scaling (GAS) is a methodology that shows promise for application to intervention effectiveness research and program evaluation in occupational therapy (Dreiling & Bundy, ; King et al., ; Lannin, ; Mitchell & Cusick, ).
This article identifies the .GLOVER, S., BURNS, J. & STANLEY, B. () ‘Goal Attainment Scaling as a Method of Monitoring the Progress of People with Severe Learning Disabilities’,British Journal of Learning Disabilities – Google Scholar | Crossref.Kiresuk, T.J. and Sherman, R.E.
(). Goal attainment scaling: A general method for evaluating comprehensive community mental health programs. Community Mental Health Journal 4, – CrossRef Google Scholar.