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Domains : Rehabilitation

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Overall Rank Primary Domain Additional Domain(s) Measure Title
25 Rehabilitation Accessibility, Living and Working Conditions Best in Domain Adults with serious mental illness have access to a long term independent living program, including support staff. Display Detailed
34 Patients with Psychosis Rehabilitation Social, group and physical activities are an important aspect of comprehensive service provision for people with schizophrenia as the acute phase recedes, and afterwards. All care plans should record the arrangements for social, group and physical activities. Display Detailed
41 Rehabilitation Psychotherapy, Children Consider the need for social skills training (in combination with other services only) to improve peer relationships, which are often negatively affected by conditions such as attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and schizophrenia. Display Detailed
51 Personal Resources Rehabilitation, Patient-Centeredness Best in Domain A comprehensive assessment, intervention plan, and individual progress review is undertaken that considers all domains in the individual’s life as well as his/her support network. Display Detailed
64 Rehabilitation Patients with Chronic Conditions Percentage of adults with a serious mental illness receiving supported employment, the key elements of which include individualized job development, rapid placement emphasizing competitive employment, ongoing job support, and integration of vocational and mental health services. Display Detailed
66 Rehabilitation Self-Management Support, Family Involvement New users of care and their families are provided with resources (i.e., the Working Together Toward Recovery toolkit produced by the Canadian Collaborative Mental Health Initiative (CCMHI)) to enable them to be effective partners in treatment and recovery. Display Detailed
75 Rehabilitation School-based Mental Health Services, Patients with Psychosis Youth and adults diagnosed with severe mental illness (e.g. schizophrenia, bipolar disorder or severe anxiety disorder) should be offered modifications in standard academic educational programs (e.g. college, high school) which allow them to learn at their own pace within a personalized support program. Display Detailed
98 Rehabilitation Peer Support Availability of peer support and mentorship from a person who is coping well with mental illness for mental health services consumers (at any age) who are socially isolated. Display Detailed
126 Rehabilitation Patient-Centeredness Use of a validated scale (e.g. Recovery Oriented System Indicators (ROSI), Recovery self assessment (RSA)) to assess the degree to which the practice is recovery-oriented. Display Detailed
135 Rehabilitation Continuity, Human Function Percentage of individuals receiving a comprehensive assessment of occupational status/vocational potential and aspirations at least annually. Display Detailed
140 Accessibility Rehabilitation, Unemployed Percentage of mental health consumers who are able to access nutrition and exercise programs. Display Detailed
  Best in Domain Most highly rated measure for the identified primary domain.
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