A suite of mixed-methods tools which generates current and expected SCRQoL based on observations and interviews for use in communal living settings. It can be used to measure the impact services have on service users’ outcomes (gain).
Only for use by trained users (Please note that you must be licensed to access and/or use the CH4 tools; licence is conditional on completion of a CH4 training course by the ASCOT team. If you would like to obtain a copy of this instrument, please complete our online form). It can be used to measure the outcomes of people with cognitive impairment (e.g. dementia) and communication difficulties. It can be preference-weighted.
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CH4 comprises the following tools: TO BE ADDED
If you use this tool, please reference it in any publications from your project/research as described on our How to reference ASCOT page.