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Using Youth Consumer Outcomes to Support Treatment Planning. May 17, 2006 North Carolina Family Impact Seminar William O. Donnelly, Ph.D., Children’s Resource Center Leslie Brower Ph.D., RN, Ohio Department of Mental Health Includes slides adapted with permission from

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Using youth consumer outcomes to support treatment planning

Using Youth Consumer Outcomes to Support Treatment Planning

May 17, 2006

North Carolina Family Impact Seminar

William O. Donnelly, Ph.D., Children’s Resource Center

Leslie Brower Ph.D., RN, Ohio Department of Mental Health

Includes slides adapted with permission from

Ben Ogles, Ph.D., Ohio University


If providers don t measure outcomes someone else will m naditch 1994

“If providers don’t measure outcomes, someone else will.”- M. Naditch (1994)


What are the ohio scales

What are the Ohio Scales?

  • Brief, norm-referenced self-report measures

  • Behavioral rating scales

  • Parallel versions for parents, youth and clinicians

  • Administered at intake, then at 6-month intervals following first treatment plan, then annually


What do the ohio scales measure

What do the Ohio Scales measure?

  • Behavior problems (20 items)

  • Functioning (20 items)

  • Hope (Stress and coping) (4 items)

  • Satisfaction with MH services (4 items)

  • Child placement

  • Markers of child adjustment


The ohio scales parallel versions

The Ohio Scales: parallel versions

  • Three types of informants:

  • Parents or primary caretakers (P-form, for children ages 5-18)

  • Youth(Y-form, ages 12-18)

  • Agency workers or clinicians (W–form, for clients ages 5-18)


Practical use of forms scores

Practical Use of Forms & Scores

  • Initial Assessment

  • Critical items (e.g., self-harm, drug use)

  • Treatment Planning

  • Tracking Change for outcome

  • Satisfaction with services

  • Aggregate Data (clinical & satisfaction)


One example of sensitivity to change

One Example of Sensitivity to Change

  • Children in services

  • Parent, youth and agency worker ratings

  • Problem Severity


References

References

  • Ogles, B.M., Lunnen, K.M., Gillespie, D.K., Trout, S.C. (1996). Conceptualization and initial development of the Ohio Scales. In C. Liberton, K. Kutash & R. Friedman, (Eds.) The 8th Annual Research Conference Proceedings, A System of Care for Children’s Mental Health: Expanding the Research Base (pp. 33-37). Tampa FL: University of South Florida, Florida Mental Health Institute, Research and Training for Children’s Mental Health.

  • Ogles, B.M., Melendez, G., Davis, D.C., Lunnen, K.M. (1999). The Ohio Youth Problems, Functioning, and Satisfaction Scales (Short Form) User’s Manual (unpublished manuscript)

  • Ogles, B.M., Melendez, G., Davis, D.C., Lunnen, K.M. (2000). The Ohio Youth Problem, Functioning, and Satisfaction Scales Technical Manual (unpublished manuscript)

  • Ogles, B., Lambert, M., & Fields, S. (2002). Essentials of Outcome Assessment. New York: John Wiley.


Websites

Websites

  • Ben Ogles Ph.D., developer of Ohio Scales

  • http://oak.cats.ohiou.edu/~ogles/

  • Ohio Dept. of Mental Health Outcomes

  • http://www.mh.state.oh.us/oper/outcomes/outcomes.index.html


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