Aboriginal Assessments

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Indigenous Approaches to Program Evaluation National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health 2014
This fact sheet reviews different types of program evaluation activities and discusses Indigenous approaches and ethical guidelines for engaging in a program evaluation.

Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration (AIJA) Australasian Institute of Judicial Administration (AIJA)

The Assessment of Parenting Capacity in Aboriginal Families–Issues and Challenges for Judicial Administration, Some considerations for clinical and judicial decision making

Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families

Psycho-Educational Assessment of Aboriginal Children and Youth Intro - The Early Childhood Measurement and Evaluation Resource Centre (ECMERC) at the Community-University Partnership for the Study of Children, Youth, and Families (CUP) lead this project that was aimed at addressing the central problem of how to support the provision of culturally appropriate assessment and programming for Aboriginal children and youth. These issues have been identified as critically important in the early learning community and across school districts. Through this project we reviewed the research literature surrounding psycho educational assessment for Aboriginal children and youth. Assessment tools that were most commonly cited in the literature were reviewed and evaluated for their appropriateness with Aboriginal children and youth....

EENet Management and Resource Centre EENet Management and Resource Centre

Trauma-informed substance use screening and assessment tools for First Nations and Inuit peoples In partnership with First Nations and Inuit service providers, this project is developing new substance use screening and assessment tools generated from the experience and expertise that exists in Ontario’s First Nations and Inuit treatment systems. These tools will enable service providers to screen and assess clients for the impact of traumatic history and its influence on current substance use. This project involves direct guidance, involvement, influence, and participation from First Nations and Inuit trauma and substance use treatment experts.

FCSS Reporting Framework Aboriginal Indicators (Phase II) Surveys FCSS Reporting Framework Aboriginal Indicators (Phase II) Surveys

FCSS Reporting Framework Aboriginal Indicators (Phase II) Surveys Finalized July 17, 2014 FCSS Calgary in collaboration with Drs. Leona Makokis and Ralph Boder have completed five sets of survey questions to be used by agencies to: assess their understanding of an Aboriginal world view and develop programming that supports the best outcomes for Aboriginal children and families

FCSS Aboriginal brief February 2014


National Aboriginal Health Organization National Aboriginal Health Organization

Assessment and Planning Tool Kit for Suicide Prevention in First Nations Communities
This Assessment and Planning Tool Kit for Suicide Prevention in FirstNations communities has been developed to help individuals and groups interested in addressing the issue of suicide in their communities. It is a framework to guide FirstNations in assessing and planning a suicide prevention plan.

National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health National Collaborating Centre for Aboriginal Health

Aboriginal Early Childhood Development Assessment: Issues and Insights in a Cultural Context

Indigenous Approaches to Program Evaluation (pdf)
This fact sheet reviews different types of program evaluation activities and discusses Indigenous approaches and ethical guidelines for engaging in a program evaluation.

NCBI NCBI

Here and Now Aboriginal Assessment: background, development and preliminary evaluation of a culturally appropriate screening tool. Assessment of Aboriginal social and emotional wellbeing (SEWB) is a complex and challenging task, in part due to a lack of suitable assessment tools. This paper reports the development and evaluation of a culturally appropriate screening tool called the Here and Now Aboriginal Assessment (HANAA)