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Our group of Outcomes Stars for parents
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited, Brook, the sexual health charity for young people.
The Sexual Health Star™ is designed specifically for work with young people around sexual health. It is a focused but holistic tool and covers relationships, attitudes towards risk taking, confidence as well as contraception and sexually transmitted infections.
The Outcomes Star for children
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited in collaboration with Family Action, Action for Children, Westminster Council and Coram, plus a number of smaller voluntary organizations through part-funding from the Department for Education
My Star™ is suitable for children in families that are identified as vulnerable/troubled and receiving services, as well as children looked after by foster carers or in a children’s home.
The Outcomes Star for attention, learning and behaviour
Author (s): Triangle Consulting Social Enterprise Limited, with Norfolk Community Health and Care Trust (consultant clinical psychologist Richard Gilham and Dr Anastasia Bem)
The Attention Star™ has been developed for use with children and young people aged between 5 and 18, who have difficulty paying attention, learning and/or with their behaviour at school or in other situations, whether or not they have a particular diagnosis.
Author(s): Arthur, M.W., Hawkins, J.D., Pollard, J.A., Catalano, R.F., & Baglioni, A.J., Jr. of University of Washington
This tool consists of 4 questions to be completed by the young person.
This tool was created by a group or researchers at University of Washington, and is typically free to use for not-for-profit organizations.
Author(s): Jucovy, L. (2002) Measuring the Quality of Mentor-Youth Relationships: A Tool for Mentoring Programs. Philadelphia: Public/Private Ventures/Northwest Regional Educational Laboratory.
This tool consists of 20 questions.
This tool was created by Jucovy, L., and is typically free to use for not-for-profit organizations.
Author(s): Brannan, A.M., Helfinger, C.A., Bickman, L.
The CGSQ has been developed for use with families of children and adolescents with emotional and behavioural disorders. The CGSQ is a reliable and valid scale for measuring the impact on the family of having a family member with serious emotional problems and can be a useful tool to improving clinical interventions and examining the outcomes of new support services on the client’s family.