5 edition of Goal Attainment Scaling found in the catalog.
January 1, 1994 by Lawrence Erlbaum .
Written in English
|Contributions||Thomas J. Kiresuk (Editor), Aaron Smith (Editor), Joseph E. Cardillo (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||328|
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was developed in and was first used in mental health. is becoming more popular in rehabilitation health, as an index of intervention Size: 2MB. Goal setting using goal attainment scaling can be incorporated into the care of persons with dementia to establish and attain person‐centered goals.
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Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) is increasingly being used in a variety of settings 1–4 including pediatric physical therapy. It provides a patient- and family-centered approach that addresses functional tasks. Because of this approach, patients or families may find GAS information more relevant than information from standard outcome measures.
2, 6 GAS measures change in. Methods. This systematic review included identified published literature in Pubmed electronic database with keywords/search terms: GAS, goal attainment, goal scaling, goal-attainment procedure, goal-attainment method, GAS and health outcomes, GAS and Short-Form Cited by: Goal Attainment Scaling GAS in Pediatric Therapy has in recent times become a benchmark technique used in assessing the functional goal attainment of children in pediatric therapy practice.
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Like a date book, the goal attainment report allows your group to look back and check its progress. If you work with a substance abuse prevention initiative, one of your goals might have been to conduct a series of workshops on substance prevention at the local high school.
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, ).Cited by: Use of Goal Attainment Scaling in a Dementia Special Care Unit Deborah Hartman, BSc, OT(C), Michael J.
Borrie, BSc, MB, ChB, FRCP(C), Elizabeth Davison, MA, CTRS, and Paul Stolee, PhD American Journal of Alzheimer's Disease 3, Cited by: GAS - Goal Attainment Scaling in Rehabilitation. 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. High Horses has steadily increased the number of riders and instructors that are using Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) from our implementation in until today.
Having a measurable scale where rider progress can be documented by impartial outsiders will give the industry a way to show observed indication of advancement for each rider. ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xviii, pages ; 24 cm: Contents: Foreword / Byron Wm.
Brown, Jr. --Foreword / Robert F. Rich Introduction and Overview / Aaron Smith Illustrations of Goal Setting / Joseph E. Cardillo and Robert O. Choate Goal Setting, Follow-Up, and Goal Monitoring / Joseph E.
Cardillo Applications of Goal Attainment. Goal Attainment Scaling: Applications, Theory, and Measurement - Ebook written by Thomas J.
Kiresuk, Aaron Smith, Joseph E. Cardillo. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Goal Attainment Scaling: Applications, Theory, and Measurement.
Training in Goal Attainment Scaling \/ Thomas J. Kiresuk, Robert O. Choate, Joseph E. Cardillo and Nancy Larsen -- 6. Implementing Goal Attainment Scaling \/ Thomas J. Kiresuk and Sander H. Lund -- 7. Goal attainment scaling was applied as the outcome measurement approach in two randomized controlled trials (RCT; Ruble et al.
a, b, ) to evaluate a parent-teacher consultation program and decision-planning framework called the Collaborative Model for Promoting Competence and Success (COMPASS; Ruble and Dalrymple ; Ruble et al.
Cited by: Books & Products; School Climate, Safety, and Crisis One such method that can be used effectively for behavioral progress monitoring is goal attainment scaling (GAS). This article describes the development of GAS as a clinical evaluation tool and its current uses within school psychology practice.
A case example and analysis are also. Goal Attainment Review, Volumes - Goal (Psychology) 0 Reviews. From inside the book.
What people are saying - Write a review. We haven't found any reviews in the usual places. Contents. E Li. 5: The Use of Goal Attainment Scaling in Single Case Research. 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 behaviors that are easy to measure and have relevance from the research literature. Post-therapy, goal attainment scaling (GAS) scores were calculated regarding achievement of pdf priority Pdf goals established pre-therapy; global outcome of therapy was assessed on a 5-point Likert scale.
Results. Approximately one-fifth of the individualized goals were not covered by items of the RM. Of the individualized goals, 41 (34% Cited by: Goal attainment scaling (GAS) is used to determine levels of stakeholder satisfaction with development activities.
GAS allows goal progress to be directly tracked and monitors the outputs of community development activities or stakeholder perceptions. The results demonstrate different stakeholders’ perceptions of a shared interest.McDougall, J. & Wright, V. (). Ebook in prac tice: The ICF-CY and Goal Attainment Scaling: Benefits of their combined use for pediatric practice.
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