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PerformWell indicators added to the Global Value Exchange

by Craig Foden

Jan 27, 2016


18 indicators have been added to the Global Value Exchange.

These have been sourced from the Survey/Assessment directory run by PerformWell. PerformWell is a partnership between The Urban Institute, Child Trends and Social Solutions aimed at providing organisations with the tools and knowledge to track their performance in achieving social change. To learn more about PerformWell click here.

The indicators which have been uploaded are:

- Trauma-Informed Organizational Toolkit for Homeless Services
- Child PTSD Symptom Scale (CPSS)
- Screen for Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED) – Child Report
- Screen for Anxiety Related Emotional Disorders (SCARED) – Parent Report
- Casey Life Skills Assessment – Youth Form
- Casey Life Skills Assessment – Caregiver Form
- Financial Behavior Scale
- Financial Education Workshop Evaluation
- Financial Knowledge Questions
- Financial Literacy Questions - Health and Retirement Study (HRS)
- Financial Management Behavior Scale (FMBS)
- Personal Cash Flow Statement
- Positive Relationship with Caregiver – for Foster Youth
- Short Mood and Feelings Questionnaire (SMFQ) - Parent Version
- Short Mood and Feelings Questionnaire (SMFQ) – Child Version
- Stages of Change in Financial Counseling
- The Financial Self-Efficacy Scale (FSES)
- Inventory of Socially Supportive Behaviors (ISSB) Short-Form

The PerformWell indicators are interesting as they use several different measurement techniques (e.g. interviews, self-reported questionnaires and toolkits) and cover a range of areas which are relevant to GVE users.
The indicators are suitable for use in programs relating to:

- Child & Youth Development
- Education & Training
- Housing and Self-Sufficiency

Areas covered by the indicators are:

- Civic Engagement and Community Involvement
- Education and Cognitive Development
- Employment, Housing and Self-sufficiency
- Health and Safety
- Psychological and Emotional Development
- Relationships
- Social and Behavioral Development

Each indicator relates to a specific set of stakeholders (outlined in the “Content” section on the entry page) such as young adults, school students, adults and those suffering from anxiety or PTSD.

If you find any of these indicators useful, let us know via email or by leaving a comment on any of the entries we have uploaded.

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