Our Approaches and Evaluation Tools
Social Role Valorization
Social Role Valorization - www.socialrolevalorization.com
The Social Role Valorization Implementation Project - www.srvip.org
Southern Ontario Training Group - www.srv-sotg.ca
CEDIS - www.cedis-europe.org
T- Intéractions - www.t-interactions.ch
Gentle Teaching International - www.gentleteaching.sharevision.ca
Triple P (Positive Parenting Program)
The Positive Parenting Program (Triple P) is a learning and parenting skills development program aimed at promoting positive relationships between parents and their children and/or teenagers.
Triple P allows parents to learn effective parenting tools to deal with the behaviour problems they may have with their children and\or teenagers. Click here to find out more.
FIT (Feedback Informed Treatment)
FIT-Outcomes is a web-based outcome management system designed to support the use of the Outcome Rating Scale (ORS) and the Session Rating Scale (SRS). With FIT-Outcomes it's possible to administer the scales online and get instant feedback. This allows the system for ongoing quality assurance of the services delivered and for ongoing treatment adjustment to ensure the maximum benefit of the treatment.
Dr. Scott Miller - www.scottdmiller.com
QLCE (Quality of Life Conditions and Experiences)
The Quality of Life Conditions and Experiences (QLCE) tool evaluates whether or not the intervention is making a real and tangible difference in the life of the client, therefore allowing the person to benefit from the good things in life. The objective of this tool is to allow a counsellor to ascertain if the interventions are efficient and if there is a need to modify them.
The QLCE covers sixteen points over five elements of quality of living conditions and life experiences: health, safety, home, relational support and activities.
Lemay, Raymond, Madeleine Lalonde, Suzie Robinson and Hélène Fournier. 2009. Évaluation de la qualité des conditions et expériences de vie QCEV. Valor Press. Plantagenet, ON.
LAC (Looking After Children)
The idea behind the Looking After Children approach is to assess the resilience of children in care (their positive adaptation to abuse or neglect earlier in life) through their ability to meet indicators in seven domains of positive development. They are measured against children in the general population. The results of these assessments help social workers and administrators press for the changes that make real differences in the children’s lives. Since 2007, all children's aid societies in Ontario are using this approach. (Source - University of Ottawa)
OnLAC - www.onlac.org