The average score across clients on children's education self-sufficiency.
This is used for pre-post scoring. In addition to creating an average score for each domain, totals for the 18 domains of the Arizona matrix can be reported.
- Short name
- Children's education self-sufficiency
Decent work and economic growth
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The Self-Sufficiency Matrix is a reliable and valid measure that allows case managers to develop a more holistic view of their clients. The five-point scale is simple to use and to create reports. The matrix is used by the Trillium Foundation.
Sum of all client scores on this domain.
A count of clients with a self-sufficiency score in this domain.
One data element. A five point scale rating an individual's self-sufficiency in a particular domain, from 1 "in crisis" to 5 "empowered".
- Person child - growth and development education (Arizona self-sufficiency scale), status rating code (OMS 2005) N
Ontario Trillium Foundation. Prosperous People. Accessed September 25, 2017. http://otf.ca/sites/default/files/survey_prosperouspeople1.pdf
US Dept of Health and Human Services. Case Study: The Arizona evaluation project on homelessness. 2007. Accessed August 18, 2017. https://aspe.hhs.gov/report/toward-understanding-homelessness-2007-national-symposium-homelessness-research-accountability-cost-effectiveness-and-program-performance-progress-1998/case-study-arizona-evaluation-project
Observations and tests
Education and training
Access to services
The Self-sufficiency matrix (Arizona version) is in the public domain. It should be referenced when used.