CAFAS

AcronymDefinition
CAFASChild & Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale
CAFASCouncil for Academic Freedom and Academic Standards (UK)
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To examine wraparound outcomes, a multiple linear regression analysis was conducted, with exit CAFAS scores as the dependent variable and initial CAFAS scores, racial background, FRL status, attrition status, and time in services as the predictor variables.
Regression models measured the impact of initial CAFAS scores, racial background, FRL status, attrition, and time in services on exit CAFAS scores.
The current study addresses the following issues: (1) Whether CAFAS, compared to NCAFAS, enhances learning achievements and motivation; and (2) Analyzes the behaviors of annotating and reviewing within the experiment class.
These two identical results unveil that the use of CAFAS facilitates peer interaction in a collaborative learning context, allowing students in the experiment class to obtain shared annotations and to brainstorm.
CAFAS is used by many states to determine eligibility for state-managed programs, for measuring performance-based outcomes, to clarify treatment goals, and to track goal progress over time (Hodges, Wong, & Latessa, 1998).
The JIFF uses eight of the same domains as the CAFAS along with two additional domains (health related and family environment).
9 Number of DSM-IV disorders, median (IQR) 2 (0-4) Number of externalizing symptoms, median IQR) 9 (3-16) Number of interiorizing symptoms, median (IQR) 11 (5-18) Number of total symptoms, median (IQR) 24 (13-34) Impairment: CAFAS score, mean (SD) 40 (20-60) (1) Hollingshead (1975).
Mean scores and standard deviations are presented in Table 1 for the CAFAS and CBCL subscales and total scores at intake and 6-month follow assessments.
An analysis of CAFAS (The Child and Adolescent Functional Assessment Scale) or PECFAS (The Pre School Child and Family Assessment Scale) scores was performed.
Supplemental analyses indicate that doubling dose increases the inter-wave reduction in the CAFAS by 5.
Recently, evidence has indicated that the CAFAS is also predictive of an involvement in the justice system by adolescents.
In contrast, dynamic factors, such as those represented by CAFAS scores, are sensitive to treatment effects.