Bespoke training for
Recolo is skilled at putting together bespoke training for teams and organisations, in order to fulfil the development needs of those involved.
Training can be delivered on or off-site and we are very experienced in working with both publicly and privately funded clients.
Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS)
Goal Attainment Scaling (GAS) is an evidence-based practice tool that helps measure and manage goal progression within neurorehabilitation. It provides useful validity of regulated rehabilitation, encouraging cost-effective input.
Every child, every family and every injury is different. This level of complexity often requires the delivery of a bespoke, creative rehabilitation programme. Goal setting and GAS provides a rigorous approach to defining and measuring individual change within such an intervention. The need to demonstrate outcome in rehabilitation means Goal Setting and GAS is ever important. In a cost-driven market, the ability to measure the effect of therapeutic treatment is an important element in the argument to show cost effectiveness and return on investment for rehabilitation work.
Goal Setting and GAS are useful as they focus on the areas of change that are important to the client. It forms an essential part of rehabilitation. We incorporate goal setting and GAS routinely in our neuropsychological rehabilitation. In addition, we offer two streams of one day interactive workshops.
- GAS I is an introductory workshop for those who are new to GAS.
- GAS II is an advanced workshop for those already confident in setting goals and using GAS to delivery neurorehabilitation.
The workshops will benefit any case manager or therapist working in rehabilitation with a desire to set SMART client centred rehabilitation goals and to measure and demonstrate outcomes.
Download our leaflet for more information on our GAS workshops. See our events calendar for upcoming workshops near you and to book online, or contact Lois Shafik-Hooper, Business Manager on 07715 104802 firstname.lastname@example.org