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interRAI Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL) Surveys and User’s Manual, Electronic Edition

Description:

The goal of the interRAI Self-Reported Quality of Life (QOL) Surveys is to determine how persons served in a variety of programs and settings experience day-to-day life and assess the services they receive. The surveys focus on issues that generally are not covered in depth in the interRAI integrated suite of clinical assessment instruments, including the person’s perspective on autonomy, privacy, comfort, relationships, and meaningful activities. The surveys include:

  • interRAI QOL-IL for Independent Living — Self-Administered Version
  • interRAI QOL-HC for Home Care — Self-Administered Version
  • interRAI QOL-HC for Home Care — Interviewer Version
  • interRAI QOL-AL for Assisted Living — Self-Administered Version
  • interRAI QOL-AL for Assisted Living — Interviewer Version
  • interRAI QOL-LTCF for Long-Term Care Facilities (Nursing Homes) — Interviewer Version
  • interRAI QOL-MHA for Mental Health and Addictions — Self-Administered Version
  • interRAI QOL-MHA for Mental Health and Addictions — Interviewer Version


ISBN 13 :  9781622550630

interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health and Developmental Disability (ChYMH-DD) Assessment Form and User’s Manual, Electronic Edition

Description:

The interRAI Child and Youth Intellectual and Developmental Disability (ChYMH-DD) is for use by community-based or inpatient/residential services with children and youth between 4-18 years whose intellectual functioning is below 70 with intellectual and developmental issues (e.g., Autism, Downs Syndrome).



ISBN 13 :  9781622550470

interRAI Child and Youth Mental Health (ChYMH) Assessment Form and User’s Manual, Electronic Edition

Description:

The interRAI ChYMH is intended to be used with child and youth populations in mental health settings to support comprehensive care planning, outcome measurement, quality indicators, and case mix classification to estimate relative resource intensity. It employs specific observation periods in order to provide reliable and valid measures of clinical characteristics that reflect the child's or youth's strengths, preferences, and needs.



ISBN 13 :  9781622550333