Author(s): Nollan, K. A., Horn, M., Downs, A. C., Pecora, P. J., & Bressani, R. V. for Casey Family Programs
Collection Method: Self-report questionnaire completed by young person
Scoring Method: Uses scale with ratings 1-5; (1) No; (2) Mostly No; (3) Somewhat; (4) Mostly Yes; (5) Yes. Scores can be averaged. Higher score means higher mastery of the skills.
Number of questions: 113
- The tool measures the level of skills in 7 domains of young persons’ lives: Daily Living, Self Care, Relationships and Communication, Housing and Money Management, Career and Education Planning, and Looking Forward.
- Should be used in conjunction with Casey Life Skills for Caregivers
- Suitable for youth programs, particularly programs that work with youth at risk of disengaging from work and school and job readiness programs.
The Casey Life Skills – Youth tool has been reviewed and assessed by the Socialsuite team. In our opinion this tool is suitable in supporting the evaluation of young people to assist in the measurement of skills for independent living and success.
This tool was created by Casey Family Programs and is typically free to use for not-for-profit organizations.